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    Default Toddler Sleep Advice

    The last couple of days DD1 has been waking around 4-5am asking for a bottle. Is this going backwards in her routine/development by reintroducing a "night/early morning" bottle? Should I give her a bottle and put her back to bed or?

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    Sorry DD is 21 months

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    I wouldn't for my kids at that age. I'd remind them that it's not breakfast time till the sun comes up.

    I have a child that demands breakfast whenever she wakes whether it's 2, 4 or 5.30am.


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    I have tried to tell her its still night time and not time for a bottle. Ive tried calming her, laying her down and leaving the room. She gets herself so worked up that she nearly makes herself sick.. 😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubytuesday24 View Post
    I have tried to tell her its still night time and not time for a bottle. Ive tried calming her, laying her down and leaving the room. She gets herself so worked up that she nearly makes herself sick.. 😔
    I bedshare so the kids just snuggle in.

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

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    I bedshare so the kids just snuggle in. Can you let her sleep on a mattress on the floor of your room?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I bedshare so the kids just snuggle in.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    Oh ok I could probably do the same as DH works nights.


 

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