My daughter is almost 9.5 months old. For the most part, she has always been a great sleeper (sleeping 10-12 hrs at night and taking two 1-2 hr naps during the day). She has been pulling herself up for the last few weeks but has really "perfected" the move in the last 7 days. She can get up with barely any effort but still has not figured out how to get herself back down. Here is the problem - she is now waking at night and standing in her crib and crying until I come rescue her because she can't get back down. I know stirring a little at night is pretty normal but she has always just crawled around her crib a little and fallen back asleep. Over the last week she has waken up 1-2 times, will stand and cry and I have had to go in her room and rock her back to sleep. Last night was the worst - she was up 4 TIMES! I tried to go in and just lay her back down in her crib (not pick her up) but she threw a fit!!! Total tantrum. So I did that twice and then caved in and rocked her back to sleep. Should I just continue to lay her down (and not pick her up) and let her CIO until she falls back asleep? I am desperate for some suggestions. It has been a week of interrupted sleep for both of us and so we are both a little "fussy". What can I do to get her out of this habit?