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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    1 hour to get her to sleep. It's 1:20am and she's been up 3 times already. Damn you Disney! Damn you!!!!!
    You could try fairy dust. A friend of mine posted on FB the other day how her DS was having nightmares and trouble sleeping, so she got some fairy dust (fine glitter) in a cute bottle and sprinkled a tiny bit on her son's pillow and around his bed. Told him it was from the fairies to help him sleep and forget his bad dreams and it worked for her!

    I've also told DS when he's told me there are monsters under the bed that our dog is a monster eater. Let her in, put her under his bed and he said the monsters were gone LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    You could try fairy dust. A friend of mine posted on FB the other day how her DS was having nightmares and trouble sleeping, so she got some fairy dust (fine glitter) in a cute bottle and sprinkled a tiny bit on her son's pillow and around his bed. Told him it was from the fairies to help him sleep and forget his bad dreams and it worked for her!

    I've also told DS when he's told me there are monsters under the bed that our dog is a monster eater. Let her in, put her under his bed and he said the monsters were gone LOL.
    Great ideas! DD hasn't really had nightmares, she gets night terrors on hot nights but we thankfully haven't had issues with nightmares. But if we do, I'll use these ideas!!

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