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To sleep train my toddler

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browniebear Tue 09-Apr-13 01:37:39

My neighbours seem to think so as they have been banging on the walls so I've had to yet again give in and stay with him till he falls asleep.

I know he's been crying on and off for an hour (I can hear him too you know) but seriously what are trying to archive by frightening me and my child? I get scared, panic and do whatever to keep him quiet. He's never going to learn is he?

Maybe I should of warned them? I think I should of really.

Any advice on how to get ds to sleep through without disturbing the neighbours?

I'm vv tired sad

jaggythistle Tue 09-Apr-13 02:03:17

There's a No Cry Sleep Solution book for toddlers! grin

How old is he?

JohnSnowsTie Tue 09-Apr-13 02:29:00

I feel for you. Am doing the same as we speak (making the most of a week DH is away with work so HE doesn't get disturbed) and now I'm fretting for the neighbours!

Can't offer advice but I think they're being unfair banging on the walls.

browniebear Tue 09-Apr-13 06:37:59

He's 2.9.

There's also the issue that he stays at his dads every Saturday so whatever progress I make thorough the week is ruined when his dad doesn't follow through with what doing. I think he sleeps in bed with him but not 100% sure

maddening Tue 09-Apr-13 06:40:47

Ask your neighbours when they are next going on holiday and do it then?

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