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We have just moved my 15 month old to a new room. She has responded by refusing to sleep - crying for well over an hour after we put her down and then waking up around 2 / 3 in the morning screaming and refusing to go back to sleep. It has only been 4 nights, but I am already reaching the end of my tether. Any advice greatly appreciated. I'm considering moving her back, but at this point, I suspect it might just cause more upset.
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It could be change of temperature... or lighting level. Or it could just be the noises are different (creaks of floorboards, sounds of your voice through wall etc).


Or, indeed, her waking could have nothing to do with the move at all and just bad timing with coming down with something.


Hope you work it out - but I would persevere and don't change too many variables at once.

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Was she sleeping in your room before? It could be a tough adjustment for her to sleep in a room w/o you. You could try letting her sleep back in your room, and just have naps and playtime in the new room for a while to get her used to it. xx
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Thanks for the responses. She wasn't in our room before, just moving from her old room to a new one (with all her old stuff).


We've actually (touch wood) turned a corner the last couple of nights. Had a week with very very little sleep though - We perservered and she seems to be getting used to it. I swear I am never moving her again!

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