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What can you do with a 3 and a half year old who wakes at night sleeps on your bedroom floor then starts her day at 4-5am and is irritable all day?

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2015-07-14 15:04:56
2015-07-14 15:04:56

First, I suggest making the bedtime the same every night. When you put her to bed, allow her to watch a movie. Since you know that she is coming into your bedroom, then you could keep the door closed (if it was open), or once you notice she is there, move her back to her bed. It's better if you don't wake her, this way she will think she was there all night. A way to stop the irritablity is to give her a nap. It's not as hard as you think. Simply lay her in her bed, close the door, and ignore her when she tries to make conversation. She may not fall asleep right away, but she will soon become bored and fall asleep. Once she gets up, she should not be so crabby. I recommend nap time for her to be about 10-11 a.m., or approximately 6 hours after she wakes up in the mornings. you. Warning: this will take some time for her (and you) to become used to, but once she notices the regular routine, it'll be the best thing that ever happened.

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