She still gets a down time at school. Some days she naps, some days she doesn't, but they do have a time for all the kids to rest or nap. That hasn't changed with the room change. They do cut out naps for older kids to be ready for kindegarten. But that's another year away. They don't nap in K anymore? I thought for sure I did. Or maybe my sister did. I had 1/2 day K. They changed to full day the following year.I haven't noticed if it's related to being overtired. But we were sure to let her sleep as much as she needed this weekend. School days she is up at 7. Yesterday she slept until nearly 8:30. She talked to me just after 6 asking if it was time to be up, but her eyes were closed, so I talked her out of it since she seemed to need more sleep still. Sleeping another 2 hours proved that was the right course of action.We'll keep an eye on it, and pay better attention to know whether intervention seems correct or not, so as to not make it worse. I am very thankful we've still had no repeats. I had horrible visions of this being many nights in a row.Is this something you've had diagnosed or discussed with pediatrics? I was a bit put off at the immediate dismissal by the nurse over the phone. Otherwise, we've really like our pediatrics office.DizChick
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