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Not much help, but the only thing that works for my toddler is bringing him into our bed and cuddling him. It only works if its the first thing we do though, that was he doesn't get stimulated and want to play or anything.
If I can tell she's tired but still waking crying, and if feeding her hasn't helped, I usually give a dose of Panadol. 9 times out of 10 that works, I think sometimes teething pain or colic etc are keeping her awake.
Ours always ends up in our bed. But is hard he sleep talks and performs circus acts all night so i can't help
Starting to think my toddler is an awesome one lol. She just lays in bed and yells out "mummy, mummy" until I say "mummy's here, I'm in bed now go back to sleep. I love you" then she'll reply "ok mummy, love you too." Very rarely do I actually have to get up, she's just making sure I'm still here haha. If she has a nightmare (I can tell the difference) I get up and rub her back for her, but that's not very often. She's 3