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Bedtime can be anything but restful with kids who have sleep issues

Bedtime can be anything but restful with kids who have sleep issues

9:54 AM, May 2, 2013
Samantha Harke, 8, reads in her bed at her home in Menasha. Samantha and her parents found reading to help Samantha sleep well at night.
Samantha Harke, 8, reads in her bed at her home in Menasha. Samantha and her parents found reading to help Samantha sleep well at night.
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Bedtime can be a nightmare for 8-year-old Samantha Harke.

But it wasn't always that way.

"In the middle of 5K she just started developing habits of not falling asleep, and it was very difficult for her to fall asleep," her mother, Jen Harke, of Menasha said. "At that time I remember going into the school and telling the teacher she's not sleeping and I'm not sure how she's going to perform in class. (Samantha) would get very angry and very sad. As a parent you get very angry and very sad just because you know what the next day is going to be." ...

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