Four year old is scared of something new every night. I almost cant handle it anymore. I "went to the bathroom" for about five minutes just to get away from his crying. Tonight, it's the furnace, which has been kicking in every hour for the last three months. What do your kids do to stay up to the latest possible hour?Answer Question
Answer by jenny2150 at 10:55 PM on Jan. 10, 2009
TRY A NEAT NIGHT LIGHT, READ HIM A BEDTIME STORY, ONE THAT WILL NOT GET HIM EXCITED. GIVE HIM A WARM BATH BEFOR BED. CUDDLE WITH HIM FOR AWHILE. GOOD LUCK
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Answer by mom2XandZ at 11:34 PM on Jan. 10, 2009
Mine tells me he needs to go to the bathroom over and over some nights. Other than that, we haven't developed any fears. He's a flexible boy. When he starts playing in his bed, I make the room pitch black and sit in the rocking chair across the room. That usually bores him to sleep in a few minutes, lol.
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