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    Sonja is right. My dd1 improved dramatically once she moved to a bed.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Just poking my head in to say that my DD also slept much better once she moved to a bed. Finally slept through the night soon after (she was 2.5).

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    I'd love my 16mo DS to be a good night sleeper, but with him seemingly perpetually sick I've just given up! I just can't see how I can 'fix' his sleeping when I can barely keep him comortable thanks to neverending fevers, blocked noses, coughing fits and teething.

    No advice sorry. I always knew my 1st was a great night sleeper thanks entirely to herself and nothing I did. DS is definitely proving that theory!


 

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