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    Oh no that's awful Hope she is okay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Oh no that's awful Hope she is okay
    She's fine now finally asleep never a dull moment in this household lol

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    My DS is 5 weeks today. He has not slept. He won't go in his swing, capsule, pram, bouncer, cot or bassinet! I have not put him down except to pee and shower! Every time I do he cries so now I feel I should rip all my hair out and check myself into a mental institution!


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    Oh hun that sounds like my ds2 early on.
    Lay in bed with him and both get some sleep.
    That saved my life in the early days.
    Once bub is asleep if you can move away, put pillows around bub and go get a coffee.
    While they are not rolling this works great.

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    He won't even sleep in my arms anymore


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    Oh wow. Poor thing. Do you have a sling? Will he fall asleep to you walking? I still walk and hum and he it's 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerCjxo View Post
    My DS is 5 weeks today. He has not slept. He won't go in his swing, capsule, pram, bouncer, cot or bassinet! I have not put him down except to pee and shower! Every time I do he cries so now I feel I should rip all my hair out and check myself into a mental institution!


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    You poor thing my DD was the same around the same age and the only thing that worked was my ergo carrier with the infant insert. Have you tried a carrier or sling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    Oh wow. Poor thing. Do you have a sling? Will he fall asleep to you walking? I still walk and hum and he it's 1

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    I've got a mini monkey carrier and a hug a bub wrap he loves them it's the only real time he sleeps but it doesn't solve my getting sleep sadly lol


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    Aargh, feeding to sleep isn't working anymore, especially during the day! Bub has learned how to crawl and sit up by himself so that's all he does while he's falling asleep, even when he's feeding! :/

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    It will pass! The shine will wear off and once he had mastered the crawling he will stop trying to do it when asleep!
    When feeding to sleep doesn't work for us, I rock, sing, walk, drive etc.

    With my boys I had to put them each iin their cots and put an arm in each cot and pat their backs because I couldn't obviously cuddle them both at the same time. They did cry quite often while I was doing that, and whilst it upset me, I knew they were not hungry, hot, cold, it needed a happy change- they just needed sleep... By about 10 or so months they were much easier and couldn't cry for as long... By 18 months I was putting them in their cot, doing the same routine and they would happily sleep without the tears. Just another option to consider.

    I have been half-hearted lot trying it with dd, because now she only feeds to sleep about 50% of te time, and the rest expects something different.

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