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    sleep problems
    bcolburn93 posted:
    My 2 year old daughter goes to bed around 9:30-10pm but wakes back up around midnight and thinks its play time with a tendecy of staying up til 5am. Does anyone have any advise on how to keep her asleep through the night? She just recently started to do this when i started my new job.
    mommyin2011 responded:
    does she take naps durning the day? if so, maybe stop them.
    maybe it does have something to do with you starting a new job. are you gone alot more now? or different hours then before?

    i really hope it gets better!
    bcolburn93 replied to mommyin2011's response:
    No we took her off of naps once she started waking up. And yes the hours are different I work longer days but im usually at work when she is already in bed or getting home after she has already gone to bed.

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