Any suggestions for avoiding night terrors during the holidays?
We do a pretty good job keeping them away the rest of the year (for the most part). She had one Halloween. So, i'm already worried about the holidays since we celebrate each holiday several times. She gets the night terrors because she misses her nap. She won't sleep at people's houses (even if i lay with her). There's just too much excitement.
I have been known in the past to drive her around in the car lol. But that really sucks. I end up missing lots of the celebration because i'm driving her around trying to get her to sleep....then waiting for her to nap. Although, i'd take that over the alternative. Sometimes she'll even have a melt down before we leave!
Any suggestions or am I in for a lot of driving? lol.