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9 thoughts on “Tricky Little Child …”

  1. Oh wow — yes having 4 of my own, I’ve had plenty of experiences like this over the years. I’m sure he will do better with taking it in the nights to come. stay encouraged!

  2. I’m a mom of four and this sounds familiar. One of my kids couldn’t swallow a pill until she was almost 12!

  3. Ah the adventures of parenting. Just when you think you have things figured out they throw a curve ball at us. Got to love the adventures of it all though…

  4. Oh yes, the joys of parenting. I have a few little tricksters myself. I will admit I couldn’t swallow pills until I was 15… LOL. So I get that whole issue too.

  5. Kids sure do keep us on our toes. My son wasn’t a good sleeper when he was little. I wish I had tried Melatonin with him.

  6. Oh, I feel your pain. It is so hard to get your little ones to fall asleep especially when they won’t take the necessary medicine. Hopefully your youngest starts taking his medicine again, good luck.

  7. What a little stinker to trick you like that. I hope he starts taking it and that it really does help him sleep better.

  8. I’ve had similar experiences with my own kids. My daughter also spit hers in the garbage when I wasn’t looking.

  9. That fact that your six year old can even swallow pills is a feat in itself. Sleep is so important, especially for kids!

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