Thanks Mrs White and KC_94920. Your comments are really helpful. I will keep a tab on her sleeping routine, and see how it works for her. The way you are explaining, she is not taking much sleep when compared to yardstick of 10 hours (couple of times when we woke her up at 7 am (she slept at around 10 pm), she wanted to go to bed...
By the way, I forgot to mention that, in the very first week of her joining school, there was a birthday party at school. In last 6 months, she has developed a fear of ballon busting and even at home, she looks for a hideout when we fill air in balloon or toy. That specific day she cried at school (the teacher later told she was crying as she did not want to see air being filled in the ballons). Can I take it as a reason for fear? Any remedies to take this fear out ? I am askig same questions from my mom and my wifes mom.
I suggest if you speak to your doctor as I believe he/she would be in a better position to confirm if there are any risks. By the way, in case of overdose or taking medicine which has expired, you should have noticed some side effects. So, probably, your kid is fine..RegardsView Thread
Dear All - My daughter is 2.5 years old and she has recently started going to the school 2 weeks ago. She has been going to school for 5 days in the morning from 8 am to 12.15 pm. These days she woke up at 7 am (sleeps at 10 pm. Earlier on , she used to get back as late as 10 or 11 am while sleeping at or around 12 am or sometimes 1 am). She does not eat a lot in the morning (normally takes half bottle of milk and that is it).
I will appreciate if community can share some thoughts particularly :
1)- Do we need to take her to doctor as may be there is a physical condition? 2)- She also cries a lot in the morning when she goes to school ? Any helpful suggestions would be welcomed 3)- She also has a fear of sitting alone in car as in the morning I drive and my wife sit back with her. The plan is to have her sit in car seat alone while my wife drives. We are also struggling with developing this habit of hers.