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#1 of 2 Old 03-11-2008, 12:39 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi again..

I am taking advantage right now while the kiddies are sleeping to ask some questions I have had in mind.

I wanted to know if your toddlers twitch in there sleep? My daughter Aurora twitches her arms, fingers, feet while she is sleeping... sometimes she twitches alot!
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Everyone twitches at some point during their sleep cycles. My DS (almost 3) does it right after he falls asleep for about 5 minutes (it's actually how I know it's safe to put him down/get out of bed). My DH does it right after he falls asleep, and I'm guessing I do it too, alhtough I'm not aware of it.

The above link explains it better =).
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