DD, almost 3, has interpreted the time change in the opposite direction, and instead of waking later, she now wakes an hour earlier than she used to -- used to be 6:30, now it's 5:30. We have always gotten up and read to her, played with her... but 5:30 is unacceptable to me. I feel like at her age, we should be able to ask her to stay in bed a little longer and talk, etc. But she has a fit about that request (we've been working on it for a long time) and she shares a room with her little sister. Last night we tried a new strategy. I poured her cup of milk in and put it in the fridge, showed her where it was. I got a cereal bar and put it on a shelf she could reach, showed her where it was. I showed her how to turn on the DVD player and put one 1/2 hour episode of signing time in, ready to go. I showed her how to turn on the lamp. This morning, at 5:30, she got up and we didn't. She thought it was an adventure. Okay or bad?Answer Question
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THE ONLY THING WOULD BE THAT YOU CAN STILL HEAR HER AND KEEP A SNACK OUT THAT SHE CANT CHOKE ON .....I WORRY ABOUT DD EATING AND CHOKING AND ME NOT BEING ABLE TO HEAR ETC! EVERYTHING ELSE SOUNDS FINE!
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