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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I nightweaned DD1 whilst co-sleeping... somehow she was comforted with my presence there and was ok with me not feeding. We then moved her back into her bed.

    Would that work for you?
    I could co-sleep but I'm terrified of her falling out of bed as we had a near miss a few months back...I don't think I could relax enough to sleep with her in the bed with me now. I might try it again if things get worse.

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    How has it gone since?

    My dh is currently in there settling dd...she hasn't been happy for the last 30 minutes but she is getting there...she only went to bed at 820pm and woke at 11...i feel she doesn't need a feed at this time anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlyWirly View Post
    I could co-sleep but I'm terrified of her falling out of bed as we had a near miss a few months back...I don't think I could relax enough to sleep with her in the bed with me now. I might try it again if things get worse.
    You could get an inexpensive bed rail for peace of mind - we ended up with 3 of them!

    But good to hear you've had a bit of progress


 

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