142 thoughts on “What Sleep Issues Do You Need Help With? (Giveaway!)

  1. Cindy Thurman

    Couldn’t get first born to sleep all night for over a year. As soon as I weaned her off the bottle she slept!

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  2. Fides Caingcoy

    I think the bed time struggle we had with ours is quite common – my sweet baby would wake up whenever we put her down.

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  3. Angela sellers

    With my 3.5 year old out current battle is him staying in bed. He always wants to get up for snuggles, water, bathroom, etc. My 4 month old is transitioning from the rock n play to the crib so her sleep is not as great as it his been.

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  4. Cindy Kong

    My biggest struggle is to put my baby to sleep in his own bed. He loves sleeping next to me or my arms, can’t get him to stay in his bed.

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  5. Betty Chiaramonte

    My 3 year old really doesn’t like to be alone when he falls asleep. This wouldn’t be an issue if he would go right to sleep, but some nights it takes an hour for him to stop goofing around. He will throw a giant tantrum if we leave before he’s asleep and then he wakes up my 7 month old. I feel stuck.

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  6. SarahBorrows

    Our nap time struggle is because my son is a very light sleeper. During the day I need to be super quiet to not wake him or else he’s up and won’t go back to sleep…

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  7. Jessica

    For the first year to year and a half our little guy struggled with sleeping through the night. We felt like we had tried everything and it wasn’t until we mentioned to our Dr at his one year wellness checkup that our Dr said that many babies thrive best on a schedule. He said pick a nap and night time schedule and stick with it. If something comes up that is in the middle of his nap like a birthday party to skip it. It wasn’t until we got a schedule and kept with it that he began to sleep through the night and his naps got better as well. He is almost 2 1/2 and rocks at sleeping. He even asks to go “night night” at both his nap and bed time. And will head back on his own to lay down. It took what seemed like forever to get him to sleep through the night and we still get those whispers and eye rolls when we have to tell people we can’t make an event due to his nap or bed time. They have no idea how much a year or crying 6-10 times a night can take on a family. But those that have struggled understand why we still stick to it and support us and we love them for that. It works and we do what is best for him.

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  8. Rebecca E

    recently on vacation we took our travel size sleepy sheep but when packing up from one destination to go to the other I could not find it for the life of me, checked everywhere in our suite 3 times! including under the murphy bed where my 5 year old and 2 year old daughters slept. the first night in our new location was a very looooong night. They miss their sleepy sheep…. 🙁

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  9. Sarah Narouski (Anthony)

    I have 2 sons ages 5 and 4. Both are special needs (Autistic, ADHD, SPD, Social Anxiety and Separation Anxiety) both my boys still do not sleep through the night. I have tried everything mentioned above as well as things I’ve read online and in books. My boys suffer from night terrors and I am one extremely exhausted mommy! I pray that the odds are in our favor and we win this so I can try it out and I have a very good feeling about this! Even if it helps them sleep for an hour straight I would be forever grateful! Fingers crossed and good luck to everyone!

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  10. April

    Our current struggle is getting our 20 month old to go to bed. I can tell he’s tired and once we finally get him in his crib he falls to sleep quickly, but he fights going to bed.

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  11. Alison V

    naptime struggle: He won’t go to sleep unless nursed to sleep and wakes up the instant I try to lay him down.

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  12. Michaela Hatch

    Our current struggle is that our kids still sleep in our room on the floor! We have tried to get them in their own room, but they cry for hours! It is so much harder when they are older.

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  13. Ebony b

    Our 2 year old Emmett has nightmares and will wake up 2-3x a night. It hurts my heart to know he’s suffering at night.

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  14. Ashley

    We now don’t have any bedtime struggles but before my 2 year kept getting up screaming, I think afraid of the dark so I would have to stand by the door till she fell asleep. I discovered the twilight buddies and she sleeps no problem now 🙂

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  15. Sandy

    Okay there’s been a couple struggles but the one is AR hours. I want the kids to be on a normal schedule but I also want to see them and with the baby it’s hard to adjust the unusual hours. I’m having to grow up and just go in and watch them while they sleep and enjoy and treasure the time together that we have because I noticed if I wake them up or keep them up longer I screw up their hours. My question is will I screw up them bad if I keep them up longer at night yet let them sleep longer in the morning different hours certain days or do you need to keep them on a regular schedule

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  16. Kathryn Cooper

    My twins like to sleep with the tv on.Very low volume ,basically just for the white noise and light.It is a problem.It is bothering me and disrupting their sleep pattern.This little guy might help with the comforting noise part.help!

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  17. Ashley

    Our biggest struggle is getting our 10 month old to get himself settled for naps at home. He sometimes squirms around for more than 30 – 40 minutes.

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  18. Dana Cronin

    I’m currently 18 weeks pregnant and my biggest struggle is getting myself to sleep! Maybe this lil baby can help me sleep until my daughter arrives.

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  19. Lisa Weeks

    She uses a sippy for comfort and pees the bed almost every night. Also she climbs on top of me (CO sleeping or not) multiple times a night and has to stay that way until she’s passed wayyy back out. Other than that she’s a great sleeper!!

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  20. Lyka W

    Right now my son’s a toddler, so sleeping through the night isn’t an issue, but he gets really upset when I tell him it’s bedtime and I have to put him in his crib.

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  21. Karin Rabatin

    Our son is 5 months old and is a great night sleeper- but not so much during the day! He will show all the signs that he is tired, but fights his naps so hard and will then nap for 20-30 minutes and be awake again.

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  22. Jennifer Spencer

    We struggle the most with getting our 4 year old to stay in bed until it’s wake up time. He’s constantly waking up early (and tired) and then waking everyone else up. Our other 4 year old needs more sleep.

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  23. Lauren walker

    Our current sleep struggle with my 14 month old is ditching the bottle! he associates his baba with going to sleep so we got to figure out how to wean him

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