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Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Captain Lauren + ?:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kait.:</b>" What do toddler's have nightmares of? Our TV is ... [snip!] ... Falling, the dark. Lots of things. Put yourselve at your 17 months height, you almost always have to look up to see stuff."


True, we do give her a nightlight but doesn't help any. It's just weird that she was sleeping fine then all of a sudden she's waking up nightly at the exact same times.

Ozknativmama 17 kids; Fayetteville, Arkansas 2661 posts
10th Jan '13

Teething can cause this. Mine hasn't been sleeping well at all because of her teething and she is normally a very good sleeper.



Or you could use a nightlight.
Or you can try co-sleeping.

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Ҿɲȶ:" Teething can cause this. Mine hasn't been sleeping well at all because of her teething and she is normally a very good sleeper. Or you could use a nightlight. Or you can try co-sleeping. "


We use a nightlight. She isn't teething - she just popped her last molar (sp?) through a couple months ago for now. When we start the night out by co-sleeping then she wakes up screaming in our bed and nothing comforts her. When she sleeps in her crib and starts screaming, we put her in our bed and she's fine for awhile...

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
10th Jan '13

I was looking at night terrors - it could possibly be that but it seems a little off.



I'm wondering if she is experiencing sleep apnea? With the cough, the crying, the lack of sleep..? She does have asthma..

Tiffanie Rose 2 kids; Kansas city, MO, United States 3021 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Kait.:" What do toddler's have nightmares of? Our TV is on for an hour a day as background noise on the Baby ... [snip!] ... know. Her cough is worse and her breathing is a little heavier in the night.. could that be contributing to the problem?"


Hubs were always of someone taking him from his family/not being able to find his mom or something of that sort.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18508 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Ҿɲȶ:" Teething can cause this. Mine hasn't been sleeping well at all because of her teething and she is normally a very good sleeper. Or you could use a nightlight. Or you can try co-sleeping. "


This is sooo true! LO has been doing it for the past couple of nights and I just looked and his canines cut!