1. Play in your little one's room during the day so that her room is familiar and comfortable.
2. Give your little one a lovey to sleep with at night. A transitional object can serve as a connection between parents and children when they're separated. It can also be a comfort when your little one needs a little extra support.
3. Avoid scary stuff including TV shows, videos, books and games.
4. Install a dimmer switch and gradually turn down the light over the course of several nights until your little one feels more comfortable in the dark.
5. Offer reassurance (as necessary) by letting her know that you are nearby.
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