Not only do we have behavioral problems with my DD who is almost 5, but we also have bedtime issues. She hates to sleep and we lay her and her younger sisters down about 9- 9:30 pm. We did this later bedtime due to our work schedules. Anyways her and middle sister share a room. They have for almost two years now. For most part she is keeping middle sister up, but middle sister does go to bed and my oldest will still be playing. We do not have too many toys in there room, we do have some books. We had to switch night lights. The original one we thought was too bright and would solve problem. She just does not go to be. She keeps coming out of room and coming downstairs. We found out even after we go to sleep. She has been known to be up till 2am in morning. Not that we allow this, she just won't sleep she also does not nap. If she does nap it doesn't seem to effect bedtime issues. It also doesn't matter if she has had a busy day outside playing. She claims she has trouble falling asleep. Ideas? I had a cousin tell me once she starts school it will change. But a child of her age should not be up till 12 at night. Some times it is 11 when we find here asleep, not often.
Answer by LindaClement at 5:39 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 6:28 PM on Jan. 8, 2011
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