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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I'm with @Nomsie. I fed to sleep till I weaned at 17-18mths. Then pat or shush. Now I just hold their hands as they drop off to dreamland.

    You need to do what's works with your parenting ideology.

    You sure it's not teething? Both my kids were shocking teethers. 30-45min wake ups all night.

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    Does he settle after Panadol?

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    Sadly no and I can't use neurofen because it messes with his meds

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    It could be habit.
    I found that with ds2.
    I'm now using no cry sleep solution by Elizabeth pantley.
    I'm having a lot of luck with the pull off method. He is waking less than a week ago and just nursing for a few minutes then he rolls over.

    But at 4 months he was under weight so I had to feed often during the night. It does get better but it's really hard to break the habit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Wow. Like, actually WOW!!! So you just gave it a try one night and it worked? It's amazing how it just falls into place when THEY are ready. Awesome news, Noms.

    My little Miss is still very clingy, but her day sleeps have improved a lot this week. She's sleeping for around 1.5 hrs twice a day. It's awesome. She had several good nights too (inc.a six hour stretch!!!!) but that's now ended.
    I'm implementing the No Cry Sleep Solution which will be very gradual but feel like I'm taking a step in the right direction at least.
    Yeah she was taking a long time to settle one night so I just put her in the cot and started patting her and she stayed lying down instead of trying to stand all the time.

    I didn't give nurofen before bed last night so she woke about every hr or so, but the other night she did 3 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    It could be habit.
    I found that with ds2.
    I'm now using no cry sleep solution by Elizabeth pantley.
    I'm having a lot of luck with the pull off method. He is waking less than a week ago and just nursing for a few minutes then he rolls over.

    But at 4 months he was under weight so I had to feed often during the night. It does get better but it's really hard to break the habit.


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    That's what the paed said. I might have a look into no cry sleep solutions

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    I know it's not an option for everyone, but I just did a week stay at a sleep school with DS2 (he just turned 1). He has never slept more than 2-3 hour blocks over night, and never napped in the day unless we were in the car on he fell asleep feeding on me. The sleep school helped me immensely and by the time we went home he had started sleeping through the night and having 1-2 naps each day. Still having an adjustment back home, but we have had more good nights then bad which I can manage after a year of sleep deprivation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    That's what the paed said. I might have a look into no cry sleep solutions
    I really like the book as it's all stuff I'm comfortable trying, nothing harsh. Borrowed it from the ABA library. But if you're off to sleep school in 10 days they'll use will probably use different methods (I've been to one before) so perhaps wait and see how that goes first. My sleep school used the Safe Sleep Space book. How about yours @summastarlet? Think they're all fairly similar in their methods.

    My LO is getting a bit better using the pull off method and doesn't always want to fall asleep feeding anymore, she squirms and pushes away. But then doesn't like it if I try to put her down or just cuddle her instead. So have to latch her on again on the other side so she'll settle, then try again with pull off until she's calm. It's weird. And frustrating. She'll sometimes allow me to put her in her cot asleep but not deep asleep but other times not (usually overnight!). She ended up in her pram at 2am because she wouldn't go back down and I was over it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Yeah she was taking a long time to settle one night so I just put her in the cot and started patting her and she stayed lying down instead of trying to stand all the time.

    I didn't give nurofen before bed last night so she woke about every hr or so, but the other night she did 3 hours
    That is wonderful Nomsie

    Mine doesn't mind the cot for playing during the day but if it's sleep time he just starts screaming straight away and I find it hard to persist when I also have 3yo to deal with. Planning on trying again after our holiday in June.

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