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Old 08-04-12, 10:47 AM
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My son is three and the hardest thing to break him of is sleeping in our bed. Its harder than potty training or teaching him how to ride his bike. When he was a baby he never slept, and now he will sleep just not hardly ever in his bed. The worst part is he knows when we are putting him in his bed, and he will cry and scream. Its hard on me bc my husband works on the road for wks at a time, so its just him and I alone at bed time. Now that my husband and I are trying for a second baby, I know its time to break him of this for once and for all. Anybody have any suggestions?
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Old 08-04-12, 11:47 AM
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Well you can try reading him a book when you put him in bed and have a nightlight on in his room. Let him know you are still going to be protecting him and nothing will happen during the night. Let him know you will check on him and if he gets scared just tell him to call for you.

Idk if this will work, but my cousin did it with her son and it worked for her.
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