"Hi I have a 3 year old son who I share joint custody with his father. When he stays at my house we always have bedtime issues. I have tried routines- bath books stories hugs kisses checking on him- reward charts- letting him cry it out..."
"He is not afraid of his room. He just does not want to sleep yet. He does not cry because he is afraid. He has nightlights, and he can get up and see me right over the gate. He is not imprisoned it is there just so he does not wake u..."
Just wanted to let you know I can relate. Your description sounds just like my daughter (4). I read the response from the doctor and it sounded as helpful as dirt. Have you gotten any better advice? I'm at a loss. Next week we are taking her to a specialist.
I read about a hyperactive gag reflex and wonder if there could be something to it. Don't know what you could do about it though.
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