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    You could start crying loudly and she may come rushing in to see what's wrong or give you a cuddle. U need to learn to self settle at some stage though

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    You could start crying loudly and she may come rushing in to see what's wrong or give you a cuddle. U need to learn to self settle at some stage though
    This made me laugh!! Aww I'm such a sook

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    It is reassures you at all, DD (who sleeps in her own bed), covers herself in her blankets right up over her head every night (she's playing 'tents' under there with her toys and then falls asleep), so when I go in to check on her, she's completely buried under there. I have no idea how she's getting oxygen, but she's always completely fine. Don't worry too much about the smothering!
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    Swap houses? I would love to sleep by myself but DS believes I shouldnt. Hanging out for a break so I can spread out and hog ALL the blankets haha.

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    Thanks bezzy!!!

    Just checked on her for the 20th time, still asleep and breathing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Swap houses? I would love to sleep by myself but DS believes I shouldnt. Hanging out for a break so I can spread out and hog ALL the blankets haha.

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    Aww, I just think she's too young (and I'M too clingy!!) but can completely understand how after so long you would enjoy a nice sprawl!!

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    Try to relax and enjoy the moment. And quick, go jump in bed and spread out and roll around while you can. That's what I miss about being alone in bed. If I move I wake DS so I've become used to sleeping cramped up in the corner in the fetal position while he randomly rolls around the bed all night, with an occasional arm or leg thumping against my chest or back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Thanks guys. I want to go get her! DH thinks I need to let her have her independence when she has asked for it

    Is it crazy that I'm worried about her smothering herself or being kidnaped :-/

    Aww I love the photo!....the old foot to head trick
    I had the same fears with my DS about him getting kidnapped, It passed after a few nights of getting used to it.
    You could always pop a matress on her bedroom floor for yourself if you get really stressed just until you are used to it.

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    Thanks again everyone.

    Well I fell asleep at midnight. DD came in at 6am for a drink and her iPad then went back to her bed :-/ me and DH woke up a few times during the night and checked on her. She seems very happy and content, don't know if it will last or not though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Thanks again everyone.

    Well I fell asleep at midnight. DD came in at 6am for a drink and her iPad then went back to her bed :-/ me and DH woke up a few times during the night and checked on her. She seems very happy and content, don't know if it will last or not though.
    Awwww, well done to your DD.

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