1. Oh no, tough! And you have me a little worried, as my son’s a good little sleeper, and it hadn’t occurred to me that is could soon go awry! My daughter’s not too bad, but she survives on a lot less than my son likes to have! I do like the way you’ve looked at it, though, and you are right. In a few years, we’ll miss this. But it can be oh so tiring in the meantime! Thanks for joining in and sharing with #WotW x

    • farmerswifeandmummy

      wow I can’t imagine it! It feels a long way off to me though and I don’t want to wish it away ๐Ÿ™

  2. Oh gosh you poor thing, sleep deprivation is not good and I read this with fear as Monkey has always been a good sleeper, but I am terrified a similar situation will arise when he can get out of his bed… yikes. I hope you can find a solution soon – have you heard of gro-clocks, a lot of people say they work so may be worth a try? Good luck and well done for staying positive! xx #wotw (loving the new look site by the way :))

    • farmerswifeandmummy

      I will look them up. Hoping the clocks springing forward might help although light or dark doesn’t seem to make any difference. There are good sleepers out there so don’t worry ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. This is why we have an extra tall stairgate on my son’s bedroom door! It took him a few days to get used to it and fell asleep on the floor next to it a couple of times but he has been absolutely fine with it ever since and he doesn’t feel secure now unless its shut and he’s 4! He calls out and tells us to come and shut the gate! Its been invaluable. I know its not for everyone though! X #WotW

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