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Re: [gaydads-87] Parenting Question

From: Steve
Sent on: Monday, May 27, 2013 5:08 PM

Two approaches that I used and they both worked.

1.  Once she wanders into your room and falls sleep, just go sleep in her bed.  When she wakes up and finds you in her bed, play possum then go your bed once she falls asleep in her bed.

2.  If she wanders into your room don't wake up.  Slowly keep nudging her to the edge of the bed.  She will find that clutching the edge isn't worth it.

Both methods worked for me. I did mix them up so I can't tell you which was the best method.

From: Chris Armijo <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, May 25,[masked]:48 AM
Subject: [gaydads-87] Parenting Question


I'm having a rough time getting one of the twins to sleep in her own bed.  (Twins are three and a half).

I'd like to find out if any of you had the same problem and what methods worked for you.


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