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    Ds is happy to be wrapped in the living room but as soon as we set foot in his bedroom he starts cracking up. Dh can usually settle him eventually but I cant. As soon as I put him down in the rocker in the living room he immediately falls asleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Ds is happy to be wrapped in the living room but as soon as we set foot in his bedroom he starts cracking up. Dh can usually settle him eventually but I cant. As soon as I put him down in the rocker in the living room he immediately falls asleep

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    Let him sleep there. It won't kill him. Both my two didn't sleep in the cot till 6mths+

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    I usually have to during the day. But overnight he needs to sleep in his cot but he's beginning to resist that as well now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Let him sleep there. It won't kill him. Both my two didn't sleep in the cot till 6mths+

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    I agree totally DD sleeps in her swing or my bed for day naps.. I say whatever works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inner hippy View Post
    Thank you for the kind words, sometimes it's nice to know you are not alone.

    DD is 11mths old BF and BLW, eats a decent amount and boob on demand. No other kids (ftm) but hubby works 24/7 rotating shift so sometimes I wait for him to get home so we can eat together or shower DD (that's there thing).

    Daytime routine is pretty relaxed. Wakes around 7.30/8.30 awake for 2-3hrs morning sleep, awake 3-4 hrs arvo sleep, awake 3-4hrs bed.

    Night time routine is walk in pram around 5ish. Then sometimes a bit of tv (maybe 15min of peppa while I try to get dinner sorted. No difference in sleep on tv and non tv days), dinner, bath/shower, brush teeth, massage, PJs, cuddles with toy and story, boob and bed (7.30/8.30).



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    Try 20 minutes active play after the last feed/ before bed. Feeding to sleep or giving the feed too close to bed time can create a negative sleep association. Basically when bub stirs after a sleep cycle if the thing that helped put bub to bed isn't there bub cracks it and wakes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    I usually have to during the day. But overnight he needs to sleep in his cot but he's beginning to resist that as well now

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    I'd even suggest you let him sleep there overnight. It won't kill him. Xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I'd even suggest you let him sleep there overnight. It won't kill him. Xo

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    I agree. Many times my bub slept in her pram at night as it was only place she'd settle. You need rest. Just go with it hun

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    I'm going to agree. Whatever works.
    It's 12.18 and I'm still up with mine. If I could get him down anywhere I would. I have even resorted to frozen and a cot mattress on the floor.

    Why do these bubbas gang up on us at night!

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    Dh puts him down at night & generally eventually manages to get him down in the cot. He wont settle anywhere for me at night which is frustrating

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