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    Any update on your little man?

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    Thank you for asking = )
    He has been okay these last few night. I'm thinking he may have had a virus because I've come down with it as well. I've also left his night light on these last few nights. I was thinking that maybe he was scared or confused waking up on his belly in complete darkness? Who knows. He's okay now though thanks goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkCherry View Post
    Do babies cry once they start rolling around in bed? Could he be freaking out to find himself on his belly in the dark?
    Definitely! DS would initially start crying because he couldn't get back onto his back, but even in the early days when he started rolling back in his sleepiness he would forget that he could do it.

    Or like you said it could be a virus or teething, which mummy cuddles are the best for. Whatever it is I hope it passes soon, especially as you're not feeling great.

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    I'm thinking it could be one of the two.. It could have been a wonder week because he woke up one morning & started reaching out towards things and people & started throwing his toys off his high chair to see what would happen or it could be that he was freaked out by finding himself on his belly because I'd walk in to find him asleep & crying on his belly.
    Last night was good. He slept from 7-I'm guessing 7 cause he's not up yet, without a peep. It's such a huge shock to the system when they wake up screaming once they've started sleeping through for months. I didn't know what to do, apart from giving him a cuddle.

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    Glad all is good with ds. Hopefully you too will feel better quickly.

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    My ds is doing the same thing but when I go in to get him he's rocking on all fours!! Is it possible they have a few unsettled day/nights when learning a new trick? Like your LO I haven't been able to put him down of a day time

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    Alimia that's exactly what's happening. Bub wants to practise all their new tricks at bedtime. It'll pass


 

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