had this issue. We're still battling the late night wake ups. but the best thing i found to do was get my son in bed and have him begin sleeping alone. then, (don't judge me) When i went to bed i would lock my door. which meant when he wanted to come in when he woke up at night hed have to knock. I wake up, walk him back to his room and tell him to go to sleep, making sure hes comfortable so there is no arguement. If getting her to sleep alone is a hassle, try a little bit of medicine to get her used to the pattern. ask your doctor if she can have small doses of melatonin (all natural) to get her in the pattern of falling asleep by herself.View Thread
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