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    justmebeingme92 posted:
    Hi. My daughter just turned 1 April 16th and she has been through a lot of stressful situations, such as moving, witnessing abuse, etc. I just now got her sleeping in her playpen by herself, but she always wakes up in the middle of the night to sleep with me (we still share a bedroom). Also, we are moving yet again in a couple of weeks. What can I do to help her adjust easier and maybe getting her to sleep easier as well. She doesn't fuss a whole lot about bed time, but it's the nap time she doesn't want me to lay her down.. Any suggestions??
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