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Old 03-27-11, 09:06 PM
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Funny Jeanne! We totally wold not even think of getting up when erin was a baby. She always out herself back down in the mornings and slept until 7 or after. He is really a great sleeper- at night and nap times we ut him in his crib and tell him to go to sleep and he just lays down and does it. Even if he has problems falling asleep he might just stand at the crib rail sucking his thumb and eventually he lays down and falls asleep. I know i need to just leave him (which I did for 45 minutes today) but when dd is woken up that early she is a terror and she stopped napping so long ago. We actually started putting him down a bit later because he was going down at 6:30 which we though was a bit excessive since he still naps 2 times a day. I know he is in a lilt of pain right now because he is just not himself oh, and he is also on ablbuterol and pulmicort (a steroid via nebulizer) which mght be messing with his sleeping habits.
Sorry this is so long!
Thanks for the book recommendation- I think I may have to read it.
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Old 03-27-11, 09:06 PM
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My middle child has always been a early riser he was a 5am boy until he was about 8 now at 11 the child can not sleep in past 6:30 even on wkends. I think some people are just wired that way. But its hard on those of us that are not!
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Old 03-27-11, 09:59 PM
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I know it sounds strange, but they recommended putting them down earlier if they are getting up too early. It worked.
Brady sleeps from about 7pm to about 6:30am, and still takes a 1 1/2 hour nap in the am and a 45minute nap in the pem.
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Old 03-28-11, 01:20 AM
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Kendall was on a streak for a week or so at waking up at like 6:30 on the weekends. Since she is in a twin bed now, she actually comes in our room carrying her blanket, bear, & a diaper, lol. I lift her up into bed, change her, and then we all stay in bed for a bit. But she doesn't stay still...or quiet, so I end up getting up and taking her in the living room.

Before that her normal wake time was 7:00-7:30. And this past Saturday she slept until was glorious!
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