NEW TO Toddler Talk Thursday- WE ARE CHANGING HOW WE PICK THE FEATURED BLOG.
Each week the hosts will travel around to each blog to see what topic your suggest for the following week. If we choose your topic – you will be our featured blog. (Hey we need some fresh ideas!! And picking from your cuties is just too hard!)
In order to qualify for this you need to blog about this week’s topic, and follow the hosts.
And the end of your post – suggest a topic for next week.
Comments letting us know you are participating are always great too. If we choose your blog, we will link back to your post the following week.
Our highlighted blog this week is:
Does your toddler ever wake up in the middle of the night? If so, what do they want and how do you deal with it?
Most nights, Baybah sleeps through the nights without a peep.
However, there are some nights that he does wake up. If I hear him, I will give it a minute or two. If he continues, I know something is wrong. It has always been because he is sick with a tummy ache, cough, or fever. When I go in, he wants out of his crib right away and wants big hugs. If I feel like he has a fever, I will take his temperature. I will also change his diaper. I will then lay down with him on the twin bed that is also in his room. I am so glad I kept the twin bed in there. I wanted to take it out when we were putting together the nursery, but my mom suggested keeping it in there just in case I needed to sleep in there with him. (Great idea mom, thanks!) He will never fall asleep in the twin bed, but he does relax and just lay there. Sometimes he will ask for milk, and I will give it to him. When I think he is ready, I will put him back in his bed. This just happened Monday night. I stayed with him for about an hour in his room, and then when I asked if he was ready to go back in his bed, he said, “Umm Hmm.” I could not believe he was being such a big boy, and wanted back in his bed.
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