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I put my DD to bed at 8:30 last night and she had not had an afternoon nap. She was up at 10:30 the same night and was up until about 8 pm tonight....She was claiming she was not tired and could not sleep....she had NO problem getting through the day but at night she was fighting sleep again but with in 30 mins she was sleeping....I am hoping she does not do a repeat of this tonight!
And when I tell you my daughter goes all day everyday....it is the truth!
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I have a 7 year old with ADHD and a 3 year old that has nothing (as far as we know). My oldest wasn't diagnosed with it until September of last year. He does that but they both do from time to time. My nieces and nephews have done it as well and NONE of them have add/adhd.
My kids have severe sleep issues as well, especially my 11 year old. He only gets about 5-6 hours of sleep a night and it takes him hours to fall asleep. He is up pretty much all night, he has always been that way, he goes through bouts of insomnia as well.
I haven't been on here in a long time, but my newly diagnosed daughter has that same problem. She can never seem to take a nap and then says she isn't tired for bed. She is in kindergarten, so she needs to get some sleep in order to function the next day. I try to have her laying down in her bed by 8 but she usually stays up until 8:30 when she finally crashes. Sometimes, it is later than that and she gets really cranky when she is tired.