What is needed here is a firm routine. Choose the time you want your toddler to go to sleep.After his bath and supper put him to bed and read a soothing story to him. Then kiss him goodnight and leave the room. Don't allow him to sleep in your room, take him back to his room. If he reappears let your husband take him back. This shows that you both are united in wanting him to stay in his bed. Don't give him a bottle if he wakes up. The controlled crying technique should work here. Start off by letting him cry for 5 minutes. Then go to him. Soothe him, kiss him goodnight and immediately leave the room. If he starts up again add 2 minutes each time before going to him. This technique is very hard on the nerves and you may need more that one night to get it right, but if you are determined it will work.
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