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Anyone else still need to lay with their 4 yr old to get them to sleep?<br><br>
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I still lay with my 5 year old. She starts the night in her bed in her room, then moves to her 'little' bed (the toddler bed) in our room.
 

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We don't 'need' to lay with our 4 year old, but we do choose to. We lay in her bed with her and read a few books -- she is gone by the end of the second one usually. She sleeps all night in her own room but is welcome in our bed at any time.
 

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My four year old still likes to be snuggled, but can go to sleep on his own. If I have work to do, I'll ask him to go to sleep by himself after reading some books, and he's generally okay with that. Most nights I or dp snuggle him down.<br>
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My little guy will be 4 in July and I lay down with him for naps as he naps in our bed. At night I lay down with him but he sleeps in a side car. Tina
 

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I used to not do so, but then she finally gave up her pacifier a few weeks ago <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/bag.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Bag">: , and asks me to do so. She has much more difficulty falling asleep these days, I guess it's understandable.
 
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