Yesterday I told you about my own Little Miss Muffet and I want to thank you for your great suggestions.
Last night we first started with a heavy dose of patience (thank you, Charlotte), and a few minutes before bed we swept the floors and the walls and under the bed and inside her canopy (thanks, Jamie). We thought we would use the canopy as a mosquito netting of sorts (thanks Christine), but at the last minute she changed her mind. I keep asking if she wants me to take it down, but she doesn't. I think sweeping it helped and we opened it up so she could see there were no bugs.
We sprinkled the bed with holy water and blessed her well, said her prayers and gave her the option of turning on the light. I mentioned the possibility of putting a jar in the room to catch any bugs she might see, but I think she was hopeful there would be none and she declined. It's always an option (thanks, Mary). I'm also leaving open the option of listening to music while she falls asleep (thanks, Beth), or I know I can go and pray the rosary with her while she doses off.
So, for now she (and we) has several courses of action to take, and though I don't think this fear is going away any time soon, we can do something besides just get frustrated. Thanks, friends!