OK- Need some opinions. The baby is almost 13 months...Two weeks ago we finally were able to move the crib out of our room into his brother's (4 years). We would have done is sooner, but the house was under construction. I expected the first couple of nights to be rough: ---The baby wakes up, the noises are different (no wicked daddy snoring, but his brother is noisy). ---The street lighting is different, so he can see he is in a different room. ---Our response-time is a little slower: I would usually wake up before the baby was all the way awake. Now he has to cry for me to hear him. But HOLY COWBELLS! The baby seems to be having full-blown night terrors. He will be standing, sitting up, laying down and SCREAMING at the top of his lungs. FULL-ON tempertantrum mode. Arching his back, kicking, pushing us away, throwing himself backwards, throwing the bottle. Nothing seems to calm him. A few times I have been sure he is not even awake. Other factors: ---It has been a stressful coupla weeks: family in and out, his b-day party, ---He was moved from the baby room to the toddler room at school, ---His daytime napping is changing from 2-3 short naps a day to 1 big one, ---He is rejecting "baby" foods for table foods, ---He only wants to feed himself, so he seems to eat less at meals, ---The baby can run/jump/climb now, so he is constantly active and super-tired. ---His brother is **perfecting** the art of the whine/dramatic-but-fake cry/not listening. ---His brother talks non-stop, so baby doesn't try to talk beyond the basics. ---It is getting cold outside. I know night terrors are rare (1-3% of kids), his brother had 2 or 3 episodes around this age. Unfortunately, the baby is going on 2+ weeks of this with a few nights of multiple episodes. Sometimes I am sure he is still asleep (eyes wide-open) other times he just seems ROYALLY ticked. Last night's happened around 10 pm and lasted about 20 minutes. I had to put him on the living room floor because the flailing about was hurting me and him. Once it subsided, he was all sweetness and light. Any suggestions? We are tying to "calm things down" and help de-stress the rest of his world as much as possible. We are good about keeping the boys on a schedule play/clean up/food/tubbytime/bed time---with room for flexability. Is it time to go to the pediatrician?