i cant get our kids out of our bed

Kimberly - posted on 04/09/2009 ( 12 moms have responded )

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if we do it ends up being a throw up disaster i dunno what to do

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Brandi - posted on 04/10/2009

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I'm trying to get my 2 year old daughter into her own room in her bed too. She falls asleep in my bed then I take her to her bed and she cries alot in her sleep during the middle of the night so I go in there about 6 or 7 times a night before I just give up and bring her back to our bed so I can get some rest. It might work if she didn't whine so much at night, but she also does this when she's in our bed.

Ssridgeway2 - posted on 04/10/2009

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Hi I know what you are saying about getting the kids out of your bed. I've got them out of my bed ,but they are still in my room, I put there beds in my room so they now sleep in there beds but still near me. Peace and quiet.

Alicia - posted on 04/10/2009

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I have the same problem. I just get up and put her back in bed. keep doing it over and over. For the most part she stays in her bed now, unless she doesnt feel good or sick. I go by the wisdom of Jo from SuperNanny. She is awesome. Hope it helps.

Lucy - posted on 04/09/2009

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we have the same problem kind of he sleeps on his matress next to our bed cause he wont sleep in his room with his brother we tried everything and he it dosent work and he dosent get the picture urgant help please if we leave him that room he will wake my other son up arhh

Lucy - posted on 04/09/2009

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we have the same problem kind of he sleeps on his matress next to our bed cause he wont sleep in his room with his brother we tried everything and he it dosent work and he dosent get the picture urgant help please if we leave him that room he will wake my other son up arhh

Shannon - posted on 04/09/2009

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When my son was moved to the floor, hed try and crawl back up in my bed, and id put him right back in his bed, but being that hes three he understoon when i said in a stern voice, No no no you have your very own bed, and Mommy and Daddy have ours. Talk to them let them know what your doing, and that its going to be okay. Good luck and for sure keep me posted.

Kimberly - posted on 04/09/2009

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Quoting Shannon:

Try sitting in the room and every night move closer and closer to the door until your out the door. Leave the hall light on and girl call your mother or good friend over for some moral help. My son was sleeping in our bed forever, until we'd had enough, we started out small, we placed his little bed in our room on the floor, and told him evernight that he was one lucky boy because no other kids slept in there parents room, he seemed to really understand that, so it wasn't hard. Then we just moved it to the room across the hall and things went well. Put them on your floor, then move them to there rooms, see if that works.


ill have to try that and c how it works cause somthings gotta give i have talked to alot of ppl family freinds and others and no one can seems to have a clue how to help or any advice they never had this and being a younger new mom i never thought that these things happen so thank you for the advice and ill let you know how it goes

Shannon - posted on 04/09/2009

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Try sitting in the room and every night move closer and closer to the door until your out the door. Leave the hall light on and girl call your mother or good friend over for some moral help. My son was sleeping in our bed forever, until we'd had enough, we started out small, we placed his little bed in our room on the floor, and told him evernight that he was one lucky boy because no other kids slept in there parents room, he seemed to really understand that, so it wasn't hard. Then we just moved it to the room across the hall and things went well. Put them on your floor, then move them to there rooms, see if that works.

Kimberly - posted on 04/09/2009

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Quoting Shannon:

Wow that sounds so hard, and im so sorry you have to do that. How old are the children??



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Shannon - posted on 04/09/2009

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Wow that sounds so hard, and im so sorry you have to do that. How old are the children??

Kimberly - posted on 04/09/2009

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Quoting Shannon:

Hard core Nanny 911, let em scream, it truly does hurt us more then it does them. With time and alot of patients you'll get there. If they leave the room or get out of bed, just keep putting them back, no matter how many times or how long it takes. Make sure there are no fears like it being to dark. Let them know you are in the house and reasure them that all children sleep in there own rooms and thats the new law. You can do it, just be strong


i have done that then it turns into a mess throw up everywhere both of them themn we clean it up and they do it again untill im in tears and i can handle it ne more im only one person

Shannon - posted on 04/09/2009

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Hard core Nanny 911, let em scream, it truly does hurt us more then it does them. With time and alot of patients you'll get there. If they leave the room or get out of bed, just keep putting them back, no matter how many times or how long it takes. Make sure there are no fears like it being to dark. Let them know you are in the house and reasure them that all children sleep in there own rooms and thats the new law. You can do it, just be strong

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