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    It sounds like your little one loves his routine and that the sleep training has worked really well with him. The really rapid change in his behaviour and sleep patterns makes me wonder if he really is sick.

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    Huge hugs OP. I know exactly where you are coming from, as my DD is very similar. 8 months of constant effort trying to get her to sleep, 8 months of being at the mercy of her sleep routine. If I stick to it religiously for about a week, I will get some decent sleep out of her. If I deviate by 10 minutes it all goes to sh!t again I've tried CC now too and that helped worked for a while, then one morning last week I put her down about 20 minutes too late for her morning nap and that was all it took for EVERYTHING to go to hell the only thing I can suggest is what I'm doing now- trying to cram as much sleep into her as I can, however I can. Then slowly working the routine back in. Again.
    The thing that is keeping me sane is remembering that at around 12 months she will drop to one nap and I won't feel so much like a prisoner

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    I know there appears to be much more to it than this, but sometimes it's the little problems that make all the difference; you said he won't touch milk, and he is grizzly after bottle. Is there a chance he is intolerant to dairy or some other diet issue? Could get him checked out at a naturopath and check for intolerances and allergies.
    Just a thought... Couldn't read and not post!

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    Hugs to you.
    I agree. I think you should get him checked out by your GP. Check ears and if necessary check wee to make sure no infection there.

    Otherwise, another possibility is he may be going through a wonder week?

    I wouldn't stress too much about the milk until you work out if he is sick first. I would let him eat as much solid foods as he wants, and incorporate dairy into your solid foods.

    Sounds like today and recently you have just reached a breaking point Z d needed to vent.
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    It sounds like you have had a tough day I hope you are ok now and your DS settled down for you.
    I hope it was just "one of those days". We have them every now and again - out of no where.
    Tomorrow is a new day. So start it fresh and on a positive. That is, of course, if you get a good nights sleep. If not....feel free to vent about it right here


 

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