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    Anon_5496 posted:
    I am desperate! I have a 2-year old that will NOT go to bed! She used to be my best sleeper, but in the last 4 or 5 months she refuses to go to bed. She is up until 10:00 or 10:30 while her sisters both go to sleep around 8:30. I was thinking it was because of the time change so I darkened her room, but still nothing. I have tried shortening naps, but no help. She can be exhausted, but still will not go. I have tried melatonin also. DOes anyone have any suggestions? We have not changed anything about routine except that it was pushed back a little due to the time change. Any ideas would be great! Thanks.
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