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    Hey country girl just wondering how it all went? My DD is 8 weeks and I'm not sure whether to leave it for a bit longer (she's tiny so could probably fit in her sleeper until 12 months!) or just bite the bullet and go for it? I'm in the lounge room atm so I can be next to her but not disturb my husband. I miss sleeping in a bed. And the tv on at night will become an issue sooner or later....

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    We moved DS from his cradle to his cot at 8 weeks, only because he was starting to wriggle up the cradle and I didn't want him to hit his head. It was a breeze. I just put him in his cot and that was it.

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    We moved ds at about 11weeks. I did it for bedtime so he was super tired. No dramas at all and he slept though the night for first time. Previously he'd wake 5-10 times a night & I'd need to rock the bassinet. I'd suggest just doing the first sleep in cot when bub is super tired. Good luck

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    Thanks for those responses they are soo reassuring. You only tend to hear horror stories on forums and i was just so stressed about when to move her. I think it's like the vaccinations, worse for me than for her lol.
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