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    I know this is a controversial way to go about it, have you tried letting her just cry her self to sleep?
    I know no one likes to hear their bubba scream and it can be so heart breaking, but it might be something that's worth a go?

    I understand it could be very difficult with your other kiddies and her having separation anxiety.

    Wish I had some better advice for you :-(

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    That's what I've been doing tonight but I can't let her go on too long as my eldest has school in the morning.

    Plus she just doesn't stop...

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    no Advice but big hugs. Can you get referred to Ellen Barron ?


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    Have you thought about Ellen Barron?

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    http://www.health.qld.gov.au/rch/pro...s/cchs_rsp.asp


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    I agree, that a sleep school might be the way to go....

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    I was looking at that last night. I'll persist for a few more days, but that is my next option.

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    In takes a bit to get in and I'm sure Campbell Newman has cut funding too . Don't keep leaving it


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    Have you tried co sleeping with her in your bed, and not bothering with the cot at all?

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    HOw about putting a mattress in her room so you can sleep on the floor and she can sleep in the cot? Perhaps ease into it. Start by both of you sleeping on the floor and then move her to the cot with you nice and close. Then start moving the mattress closer and closer to the door?
    Also, could you use a comforter? So she has a nice blanky or teddy she could sleep with. Put it down your top for a couple of nights to get your scent on it and then that might help her settle.
    I have not had this issue so these are just ideas. Good luck. It can be turned around.


 

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