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How do you get a overtired child to sleep?
Last Post 27 Feb 2013 04:47 PM by Kelly. 8 Replies.
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20 May 2012 12:19 PM
    My little girl who's 2 used to sleep really well but lately won't stay asleep at all. It's so frustrating and i really need some solutions. ANy ideas guys?

    28 May 2012 01:45 PM
    Sounds like something has changed in here life?Can you think of anything that may have changed??
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    28 May 2012 09:51 PM
    if it is a certain time she wakes then try moving her 10 mins before to disturb the sleep pattern not enough to wake her though i did it with my little girl x
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    30 May 2012 10:54 PM
    If anyone has any Brain waves do please let me know, I'm at my wits end with my little one and I am now grumpy and over tired too...

    07 Sep 2012 10:59 AM
    Read to your child ... works every time for me!

    28 Sep 2012 12:13 PM
    I read to my two... always works!

    07 Nov 2012 05:05 PM
    It sounds like they are over tired! Get them to bed earlier!!

    05 Dec 2012 12:45 AM
    Have you tried music? My LO's only tiny but playing music really soothes him, calms him down enough that he will let himself sleep (hubby plays guitar, or just youtube recordings work too!)

    27 Feb 2013 04:47 PM
    I have been trying al sorts to get my two off to sleep. Twins 14 months old.... its a nightmare some nights, but what I find works best is a relaxing bath, rather than a "play time" bath.

    Hope that helps someone...

    Kelly xx
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