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Leave her be or lay her back down? ~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
15th Mar '13

DD is 15mos and has a regular routine that usually works. The past 2 nights, she hasn't had a change or anything but will not go to sleep. My delima is that she isn't whining or crying, just playing with her bear and talking to the baby in her mirror (she's doing it now, her bed time is 1am so its been about 45min) She never fusses when layed down, I admit I am lucky there, but worried if I 'disturb' her she WILL get fussy. I also don't want to screw up her scjed. aleep since we got aa good thing going. Normal or no? What would you do?

Subtle As A Hurricane 2 kids; Texas 4132 posts
15th Mar '13

I would leave her be. She will go to sleep when she's tired.

Christan_89 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8043 posts
15th Mar '13

Her bed time is 1am?

~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:</b>" Her bed time is 1am?"</blockquote>



Yeah with our work schedules it is what works for our family. She gets the right amount of sleep though, just different hours to a lot of people. Our normal is a bit odd to some, but it works.

Christan_89 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8043 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kallee's Momma!:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:</b>" Her bed time is 1am?"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... gets the right amount of sleep though, just different hours to a lot of people. Our normal is a bit odd to some, but it works."</blockquote>




That makes sense. I'd just let her tucker out as long as she's not going crazy and bouncing off the walls.

~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Subtle As A Hurricane:</b>" I would leave her be. She will go to sleep when she's tired. "</blockquote>




Yeah, she sounds like she is winding down. I just don't want it to affect her tomorrow and feel bad I didn't encourage sleep better.

Subtle As A Hurricane 2 kids; Texas 4132 posts
15th Mar '13
Quoting Kallee's Momma!:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Subtle As A Hurricane:</b>" I would leave her be. She will go ... [snip!] ... she sounds like she is winding down. I just don't want it to affect her tomorrow and feel bad I didn't encourage sleep better."


She will be fine. DD does that sometimes. It's never majorly affected her sleep.

~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
15th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Subtle As A Hurricane:</b>" She will be fine. DD does that sometimes. It's never majorly affected her sleep."</blockquote>




Cool. Good to know and ease my worries. I just hear so many storiez of kids who do not sleep well, not wanting to go there if possible.

.:Mini.Me:. 1 child; Arizona 406 posts
15th Mar '13

My daughter does this too sometimes.. It's adorable to me(: I just leave her be and eventually she falls asleep

~*~*~*~ ; 1 child; Biteme, ca, United States 1716 posts
15th Mar '13

Yeah, DH and I love to lay in bed in the mornings a lot and listen to her over the moniter if she wakes up first for a few. So adorable to listen to her babble and laugh. I was just overly worried cuz of her being in a good routine didn't want it to mess up, ya know? She actually went to bed about 20min early tonight, worn out!

Ace of Bace 1 child; New Bern, North Carolina 1659 posts
16th Mar '13

Leave her. My son does that almost every night