Everything these ladies said... try keeping him up a bit later at night, maybe 1/2 an hour and try to take out any late afternoon/evening naps. This is the sick season plus the chance of him teething and/ or having a growth spurt can really change his schedule. Don't let him snack right before bed, that makes your metabolism start up and he will be hungry sooner. A lite snack like a piece of cheese before bedtime routine so it has time to digest though, may help. This was about the age DD1 started taking a sippy cup of water to bed. She was already in a toddler bed so I set it on the floor next to her bed and she would drink a bit and go back to sleep. She still keeps a water in her room at night. :) DD2 has one in the corner of her crib for when she wakes in the morning. Just a couple ounces of water but it holds them over.
at 6:08 AM on Nov. 30, 2012