know this says 3 years ago but my son has low muscl tone and he is 2 1/2 and he can't walk i don't know what to do with him i love him so much but i have a girl that is 4 him that is 2 1/2 and then one more boy that is 1 so i am going going going i love them all and i am ok with that he just ca't walk but the thing that is getting me is that he don't sleep at night at all so i have 3 kid's and i never get sleep i work with him all the time i have people that come to my house most the time like 1 time a week to help us with him they tell us that we are doing so good with him and they think that in 6 mon that he is going to be walking so that would be at 3 so i have come to be ok with the walking now becouse they say that he is going to do it it's just going to be on his time you know but did your kid sleep i get know sleep and have 3 kids you name it i have did it with him i don't know what more to do with him put him to bed at 9 he gets up like every hor if not more and then to night at 4am i just got up came out of the room with him and put the tv on he cryed on tell like 6 and now he is sleepin and out but i can't go back to sleep my girl has school and has to get up in a hor if you can think of anything that could help me pl let me know thank you krissyView Thread
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