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Old 09-12-2011, 01:15 PM
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Default 9 Mo That Always Wakes An Hour Before Nap Is Over

I don't know how to get her to sleep longer. She is the one who was being nursed by her mom at lunch here, but we stopped that because it just wasn't working. So I am unsure whether she is just still used to being woken up halfway thru her nap or what. I have to go in and rewrap her, give her her paci, and then leave and let her cry. After about 20 mins she goes back to sleep but it is a nightmare and she usually wakes a kid or two up. Just not sure what to do about her. I have moved her to a room by herself, but not sure what else to do with her. Any advice?
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