here lately i've had a hard time getting my daughter to sleep. She resently crawled out her crib. I bought her a toddler bed. So now it's even later when she finally goes to sleep. B/c she always is getting out of her bed, i'm constantly yelling at her. The other day for nap time i had to keep dragging her to her bed, listening to her scream and yell. I finally shut her door (which she does not like at all) but i let her cry it out a little. then i opened the door and made a place on the floor. I put a blanket down with a pillow. And told her "if you don't like your bed then sleep on the floor". All she kept telling me is that she doesn't like her bed. After about an hour of trying to get her to take a nap she finally layed in the floor and went to sleep. We have always had a routine and have kept with that. I did change one thing, instead of watching cartoons in the livingroom she gets to watch them in her room. I've tried to read to her and she grabs the book "let me read it", she's only 2 (b-day in october) so that doesn't work.
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