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Sleep consultant for 5 yr old

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Bearwantsmore Sun 09-Feb-14 21:25:34

Does anyone have any experience with using a sleep consultant with an older child (e.g. Millpond)?.

DD (5) is driving me crazy every evening as she won't go to sleep until 9.30/

Bearwantsmore Sun 09-Feb-14 21:29:29

Oops, posted too soon.

She doesn't fall asleep until 9.30/10 then wakes at 7-7.30 and I'm convinced she needs more sleep.

We have a consistent bedtime routine and I've tried moving the actual bedtime - anything from 6.30 to 9.30 - and it doesn't seem to make any difference. But surely a 5 yr old needs more than 9 hrs sleep?! I'm finding it hard as it's making my evenings very stressful and I end up shouting lots which I hate... just feel like I need a different perspective and am willing to pay for it... I'll try anything!

Twobusyboys Wed 12-Feb-14 12:18:17

Hello. Just browsing the sleep threads looking for help with our own dc. Saw your thread hadnt been answered. I just wondered does she ever fall asleep for a few mins in car during the day? We find even a few mins sleep can make a big difference to bedtime.

Twobusyboys Wed 12-Feb-14 12:18:53

Also perhaps listening to relaxing story tape might help?

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