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jilly01 - May 31

Did you "toddler" (tee hee) suddely I mean like in one crazy day change? Last few nights she has slept though the night and today she got in her pac-n-play in our room and took a nap!! It's like I have a whole new kid!!! IT"S GREAT!!!!!!! Now we are one step closer to her own room......

 

Lchan - May 31

Sleeping thought the night? Not yet, but you've given me something to look forward too. We just moved ds into his crib this past weekend. Its pressed right up against my side of the bed so I can reach in and comfort him when he wakes up. I think (hope) once he realizes that their is no more night time b___by, he'll start sleeping through the night.

 

jilly01 - May 31

it was nutz it was like all the sudden she changed into this new kid. like she naps she goes to bed easy, she was never like this...i hope it stays...lol

 

jazminesmom - May 31

i am just curious how old are your kids? my dd is 20 months and has been sleepin gin her crib down the hall since she was 6 months old. but now she for some reason wakes up at least once a night but i think it is do to allergys, but could it be she is going through a phase?

 

Lchan - May 31

My son is 13 months. He has never been a good sleeper because he fights falling asleep so that he doesn't miss anything. Its a notable event when he takes one 30 minute nap per day and he only sleeps about 8 hrs at night, which isn't much for his age. My dh is a non-sleeper too. He only needs about 4 hrs per night and he is full of energy all day. If only I could be so lucky...

 

bbelmore - May 31

James is almost 14 months now, and he is doing a bunch of new things...he started clapping today, and he has been saying his first few words... "no", "Mama" ( with intent), "Milk" etc..and he climbs up on furniture and is trying to tumble!

 

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