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Wednesday, November 7th 2012, 9:56pm

Thanks Jannine - it actually took two nights of illness and then two nights of CC and she is back to being the perfect sleeper (for now) - so the plan is on to put her in a bed on Saturday - argh! I am excited but nervous. I hope she pleasantly surprises me!

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Friday, November 9th 2012, 9:34pm

On the spur of the moment - got dh to take down the cot tonight instead of tomorrow. So far for night 1 no issues. Lily has accepted the duvet fine but hates the pillow. We left her to fall asleep in her bed and she actually stayed there and fell asleep - no issue! Hoping the night remains uneventful and tomorrow morning will be the true test. Hope its not an early wake-up.

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Saturday, November 10th 2012, 1:18pm

Update: Lily slept well last night and this morning didn't want to get out of her bed!! I think she is enjoying snuggling into her new duvet. She has now just gone down for a nap no problem either.

Here I was thinking for the transition I would have to remain by her bed until she fell asleep but I can just leave her and she stays in bed herself.

So far, so good!

Oh and I don't have bedrails on her bed - just a foam insert on the mattress - works a treat!

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Saturday, November 10th 2012, 1:50pm

Thats great news!!?I expected it to be a whole lot worse. We are a few weeks in and if he has woken at night he doesnt get up and in the morning he calls us to go in when he is awake, i expected him tobe in and out of our room all night!!!

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Sunday, November 11th 2012, 8:16pm

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Friday, November 16th 2012, 2:34pm

Hi ladies, where was this thread when I needed it?! I really did leave it until as late as possible until I took sides off. They both had blankets but one little lady hated them. They were fab sleepers and they still are once they fall asleep it's just getting them to sleep which can be problematic!

They loved getting 'big' girl beds and duvets and pillows and at first they got in in problem and didnt move. But I have to say now recently getting them to stay put in the room when going to bed can prove tough. I've tried all sorts - shouting (yes I feel terrible saying it!!), silence aka supernanny, bargaining to me sitting on stairs in tears whilst they skip past me. It doesn't matter what time I put them to bed but they will not sleep before half 8 so I've given up putting them to bed earlier as it becomes a game running up and down the stairs.

At the minute one monkey manages to manipulate the other to going downstairs whilst she stays in bed thinking she out of trouble :snigger:

Have to say now that they are older that the removal of treats etc works quite well. Also I have taken to removing a cuddly toy everytime they get out of the room and fingers crossed it's working as they love their bunny rabbits etc and after a couple of nights of tears and tantrums with me not giving them back they have learnt.

It really is a game of adapting and overcoming their increased independence. We are planning a big house extension before new baby arrives so am thinking at that point of maybe separating them.
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Friday, November 16th 2012, 3:59pm

Hi Heather - I really hope it gets better for you soon. They seem to be pushing the boundaries and seeing what they can and can't get away with. Taking toys away is a good idea - I'll save that one for later. I think that even though my LO is fab at the moment, I am definitely going to experience what you are going through sooner or later!

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Saturday, November 17th 2012, 6:22pm

They definitely push the boundaries over all things :snigger:
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Saturday, November 17th 2012, 7:17pm

Tonight's the night for us. They are chatting away but so far haven't got out of bed.
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Saturday, November 17th 2012, 9:14pm

Good luck. Hope they stayed put!!
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Saturday, November 17th 2012, 10:39pm

Thanks Heather. There was lots of sitting up and tears but they didn't actually get up.

Sod's law my boilers gone on the blink so we have no heating and they'll probably wake up and be cold.
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