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    Default The things we do for our kids!

    I am currently in bed and have ended up with dd's foot resting on my face. She is horizontal on the bed resting her head on dh's back and her feet in my face!!! The thing is, she has been a terrible sleeper of late due to teething so I really don't want to move her incase she wakes up!! So I've been laying here for the last 30 mins with a foot on my face. Her toes are touching my bottom lip! Haha
    This got me to thinking.... What have you put up with to keep your bubs sleeping?? I'm sure I'm not the only one who's copped a foot in the face for the sake of sleep!!

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    For months when DD was having 7-9 day bouts of tonsillitis every 2 weeks, I "slept" on a bean bag with her on top of me so she was upright and able to breathe due to her tonsils and adenoids. She finally got her tonsils out when I was 6 monts pregnant. I'm so grateful to be sleeping back in my own bed now! Especially with a newbie to attend to.

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    After about half an hour of DS SCREAMING the house down, he finally settled when I laid on my back and he laid on me, tummy to tummy. I daren't move for fear of him starting up again, so I ended up laying there for 2 hours.

    In the end I was BUSTING to pee so I risked moving him - fortunately he stayed asleep. He woke up not long after that, let out a massive fart and was happy as Larry

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    DDs got the cold. Will not sleep unless Im holding her (usually sleeps through the night in her cot). As soon as I put her down she has a massive cry. Looks like Im not gonna get any sleep until shes better. Fun.

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    Right now I'd do anything to keep bub sleeping he is also teething and so far no sleep and I'm ment to be up in an hr and a half I've already had a breakdown as I'm so exhausted and can hear ds2 asthma playing up as he sleeps


 

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