Quoting summerbabyX2:" most times when kids are about to go through a developmental change their sleep gets out of wack. Is ... [snip!] ... into our bed or camped out on her floor. Just know that there is a reason for him not sleeping and that you will get through it"
He hasn't been trying to walk. He's cruising along furniture but he's still not confident enough to let go and stand alone. He recently cut the top 2 teeth next to his 2 front teeth (if that makes sense) so I thought that was the reason for his sleeplessness... so I was giving him Hylands teething tablets and childrens motrin when the tablets didn't work (rotating between the 2) but that doesn't seem to be the issue.
He is, however, constantly chewing on his fingers in his back gums but when I rub them I don't feel any bumps or see anything that would indicate his molars are starting to push through. He is fine during the day, his normal happy, hyper self. It's just at night that these problems occur.