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    Put him in a single bed and then you can hop in with him. We stay with DS till he falls asleep -can be hours but often we take the opportunity to have a sleep too. If he wakes during the night DH hops into bed with him and sleeps there. DS was sleeping through but since his little sister arrived has been waking about 3am every morning. Once DH is in bed with him he's fast asleep again in no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    So I took DS I te doctor this afternoon to rule out any ear infections etc.

    All our doctor said is to give him phenergen and to CIO

    This goes against EVERYTHING I have ever believed in

    I am trapped because DH was there and he's been fighting with me to do exactly this an now the doctor has said so too

    I am at a complete loss
    Geez so all your dr could offer was to dope your baby up

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    What about side car on your bed? You could use his cot, take the rail down and push it against your bed?

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