My 22 month old daughter has always been pretty good about sleeping and bedtime. There have been a few times she has been difficult, but I have chalked it up to sickness or teething. Lately, however, she won't go to bed. I am at my wit's end and don't know what to do. We have had the same routine since birth. We do bath (every other night), then pj's, teeth brushing, milk, and we sit in the chair for no more than an hour. I put her in her crib and she might play or talk to herself for awhile then she goes to sleep. She also has a bunny she sleeps with everynight. The last couple nights she screams everytime I lay her down and I have to end up getting her back up after 10 mins. I give her another 30 mins then back to bed. She is staying up later and later and we have to leave the house at 6am every morning. Oh, did I also mention she has now begun to take off her PJs and diaper? This morning I woke up to no PJS or diaper and her half her bed soaked. She loves to play with her blankets and they are in a large basket next to her crib and she had pulled nearly every single one of them into her bed. So now, after work, I have to go home and wash 10 blankets. What can I do about this? I let her cry and talk to herself in her bed, but she is in there for over an hour! The other day at nap time, she took off her diaper and peed and she never got a nap because I had to strip her bed! HELP!!!!!
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