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Do or can he and his sister share a room? My two, albeit it twins, but b/g, share a room and I think it helps a lot. Their beds are pushed together into an "L". Might be difficult with a double and a bunk bed but worth a thought! Good luck - I like the sleeping on the floor idea. I also will tuck my son back into his bed when he wakes in the night and when he asks me to lay with him (in a twin), I tell him I'm going potty first and will come check on him. When I get back, he's asleep.
Lately I have just had it! We only have a queen and I am waking up more and more cramped (I think she is growing..lol). She is really mostly a good still sleeper, but it seems that maybe even she is uncomfortable lately because she isnt always going right back to sleep, she is fidgety and keeps me awake.
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