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    alliegirl77 posted:
    Hi there. I saw your post about your LO playing around in his crib for 45+ minutes. Sarah was doing that a while back so thought I might just put this up for you. We were putting her to bed around 7:15-7:30 and we pushed that back to 8pm after about 2 weeks of just goofing around in the crib like that. Sure enough...out like a light. So just in case you hadn't considered it you might put his bedtime back a bit if you feel comfortable with that. That might help you have him set for that big boy bed transition. HTH!
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    roni090909 responded:
    Thanks Jill. We have been trying starting the bath around 8, instead of 7:30 and it does seem to help. We did it this past weekend and he only played for about 15 min.
    Me (30) DH (37) DS born 10/20/08 New Little Girl due 11/11/10


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