Maggie just seems to be awake more than she is alseep at the moment.. she's never been a good sleeper and teething seemed to effect her sleeping a lot but she's just tossing and turning all night long. Is this normal?
More often than not she sends herself back off but she whimpers and cries too but just seems to have a restless night and looks tired the next day..
I dont know whats up with her? anyone elses toddler like this? cant see her 2nd molars coming so its not teething i dont think..
Paige is the EXACT same... I have just recently moved back to my mums after splitting with her daddy, and so have to share a room with her... and OMG she doesnt stop! She flips and turns and bangs her head off the side constantly, and sometimes starts to whimper so I quicly jump up and pop her dummy in and move her to a more comfy spot!
I usually give in at around 3am and put her in beside me.
I have no idea why she is doing it, but I will be watching this thread too
My Paige has started doing this a lot too.
She too is staying in the same room as me due to her room being on another floor to ours and Ive been struggling to climb the stairs everytime she wakes (I have a bad heart)
She rolls and flips over all the time and she is waking up a lot. Ive tried padding out the side bars on her bed with teddies and spare blankets but she is still waking up.
Im hoping its just a phase and she will go back to sleeping a lot better soon. I need my sleep.
Omar is exactly the same. he seems restless & he wakes up a lot, sometimes for water, other times for his dummy, & he cries while sleeping, & sometimes he sits & sleep talks. we co-sleep & we also don't sleep well as he moves a lot.
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