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23 month old waking at night.

My son is 23 months old and still wakes in the middle of the night. He normally goes to bed ok, although some nights he takes a while to fall asleep. I have tried numerous things in the past 2 years like rocking him to sleep, letting him fall asleep to the TV, etc. Right now, he needs his cup to fall asleep and when he wakes in the middle of the night. He normally falls back asleep after the cup being given, but then a lot of times, he wets through his diaper if that happens. He goes to bed at 9 p.m., but is normally up by 5:30 and sometimes if we are lucky he will sleep until 6 a.m. He has never been a great sleeper and I don’t know what else to do. We have another baby due the end of December and would like to get him into a better sleeping routine. If anyone can help, that would be very appreciative. Thanks!!
 
  caseymiller_09 on 2012-10-16
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I did post when he was 14 months old, but the situation is different now. He doesn't have ear infections anymore since having tubes and he isn't attached to us like he was then. He normally goes to sleep ok, but some nights has a harder time falling asleep. But he always atleast wakes up once in the middle of the night and then is up for the day at 5:30. His bed time isn't even until 9 p.m.
 
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