Hi, well, I have a lil problem. My 8yr old gets up all evening with excuses why she cant sleep. Thats fine, I understand kids get scared. Well, the thing is, she wants daddy to lay down w/ her. I have been trying to expain that she is too old and he dont need to do that. I know he would never "do anything" if you know what I mean, BUT if something was to ever come up, well, who do you think it would fall on? How can I stop this? I know if my son was scared I would try to do the same thing but we are trying to break the younger ones of this. I mean, my son used to come get in the bed w/ me at night and thank God, 6 mths...lol. Any advice or ideas? When they go to bed that is a very important time for me. "Mommy/Daddy time" and like right now, he is laying with her and I am watching like dateline all alone with my faithful doxie.
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