tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9075502253359128456.post7112520864893787735..comments2011-10-11T00:29:46.939-05:00Comments on This Crazy Little Nest: My Toddler is a Night OwlThis Crazy Little Nesthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/03899567515179050557noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9075502253359128456.post-80304361854555518702011-10-11T00:29:46.939-05:002011-10-11T00:29:46.939-05:00I have no clue. I wish I could help. My sweet lovi...I have no clue. I wish I could help. My sweet loving soon to be four year old is a night owl also. She is worse than a teenager trying to wake her up in the morning. <br /><br />I have got to break this though because when preschool hits I don&#39;t want to be fighting her into clothes. <br /><br />Good luck!<br /><br />(and she is soooo cute when she&#39;s sleeping!)Feliciahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01958702304690400127noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9075502253359128456.post-59328792514256537962011-10-10T14:24:44.740-05:002011-10-10T14:24:44.740-05:00Yikes. We go through this with Cohen occasionally ...Yikes. We go through this with Cohen occasionally - sometimes it takes us going in there and laying the law down. We&#39;ve completely emptied his room before - all toys/blankets/pillows were removed bc he kept playing instead of sleeping. After he calmed down from being upset, we told him he HAD to stay in his bed and sleep or he wouldn&#39;t get his toys back. It worked. We&#39;ve had to do it 1 other time - but mostly he just lays in his bed till around 830/9. And it&#39;s 830pm here right now and I hear him walking into our bedroom. So much for my speech! lol. Hang in there - hopefully she&#39;ll get into a routine soon.Momma Birdhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/03190277326919277664noreply@blogger.com