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Friday, November 02, 2007
This was on the Pampers website for 13 months. Which if you read the entire story it is EXACTLY Baylor to a T.
Unsettled Sleep Your child's drive to master standing and walking has probably upset his daily routine — including his sleep schedule. His once-predictable morning and afternoon naps have become less dependable, and he's probably waking up more frequently at night. Once the novelty of walking wears off, he'll eventually return to a more settled state. Until then, keep putting him in his crib at nap time, but don't worry if he doesn't sleep...