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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    Are you still using the gro-clock? I've been reading about how shocking blue light is for our brains (in terms of sleep). Might be worth switching to a different colour night light? Apparently the wavelengths of blue is quite stimulating.
    Hello, thank you for that - I actually have the gro clock face down on her bedside table because I worried the light was waking her or causing shadows on the wall... So she flips it up herself in the morning - I hear her standing it up to check
    It (not normally when she wakes in the night)...

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    Thank you, haven't tried this no... Was scared we would be stuck doing it forever????? She has milk right before bed and then brushes teeth... Might give it a go...!!!!!!

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    The sippy cup stuck for a while but she's 3 now and hasnt had it for ages. Might break the cycle?? Good luck. Hope you have a good night.


 

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