Quoting JennB987:" If he's having a night terror DONT wake him from it. I know its scary, but its more scary for YOU than ... [snip!] ... now just nightmares. You can give it a try if you are in need. But remember, DONT WAKE HIM! It will make it much much worse."
Quoting ×ø×K·ßear×ø×:" how long have you been living with inlaws? is it a recent change? i just ask because sometimes night terrors can be caused by stress, or even lack of sleep, or over tiredness"
Quoting ×ø×K·ßear×ø×:" not in all cases.. when cameron is throwing himself around hurting himself im not just going to watch ... [snip!] ... to watch him. i dont care what people say sometimes you have to wake the child. some things work with some kids, some dont"
Quoting JennB987:" If he's self-harming in the process than you can move him and stuff. I was just under the impression ... [snip!] ... & thrashing.. My daughter would sit up and look wide awake and cry/scream. She never did anything to harm herself."
Quoting ::Mermaid Momma:::" He isn't harming himself. When he 'woke up' last night, his daddy tried taking him and he kept throwing ... [snip!] ... put him back to sleep. That's when he just went into a daze. His daddy has sleep issues, so I expected sleep issues from him."