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    Your both doing a great job trying to help your bubs.
    At 2 my ds2 is still up till awful hours of the night. Waking every 3 hours. But being asd it's par for the course. @heartstringz I think with ds1 my thoughts were get him down before the tired signs. Let him find his sweet spot and just sit in a chair and read while he is settling himself. That way I never missed it and he was happy I was there. @Clyon have you got a sleeping bag? Ds1 used one about that stage and it helped stop him from getting to the point of being awake when he was practising during the night.

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    I do! When he was in the process of rolling I brought one that was allot bigger then the size I had him in and is tuck the bottom in the end of the cot and sometimes hell just roll over and start trying to crawl in the sleep sack haha

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    Try one that is just the right length so the feet push the end. It gives them the feeling they want without waking as much. The rolling is normal though and something they get used to.

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    My ds is in a sleeping bag Clyon & we have it just the right size like DueinAugust said. He seems to like it.

    Also i know tummy sleeping is scary but just go with it. We were forever rolling ds onto his back & then at sleep school he decided he wanted to sleep on his tummy. He went from doing 30 min catnaps to 2 hour sleeps once we just went with the tummy sleeping thing. We still put him down on his back but just let him roll around & find his own position.

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    Okay thanks guys!! I'll have to get one the right size hopefully that helps things. I think I'm getting better with the tummy sleeping but it scares me so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    Okay thanks guys!! I'll have to get one the right size hopefully that helps things. I think I'm getting better with the tummy sleeping but it scares me so much
    It scared me too for ages! But if your baby can roll both ways & lift their head then the staff at sleep school reassured me that its fine for them to sleep on their tummy.

    I still always make sure the sheet is nice & tight etc but other than that ive just got used to it im sure your little one will be fine

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    Its been 12 months since I first logged on to bub hub to vent my frustrations about sleep deprivation. I was told don't worry your baby is young and it will pass and I lived on that hope also being told his reflux will magically go away when he starts sitting. WELL here I am with DS now 13 months old his reflux is still here still the same AND he still wakes several times a night!! I am absolutely buggered but my gosh is he worth every single second of hard work! Being my 4th I thought id go on to maybe have one more but im so content being in this moment with him that he may very well be my last. Now if only we can master this sleep thing. PS co-sleeping its not always a fixer for bad sleepers I co-sleep both of my youngest and neither of them sleep the night through. Still I highly recommend it for the top quality snugglies

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    @literalynoone Ds2 is 2 and still no magic fix here either. Co-sleeping is not the best but I find some nights it is the quickest way to get him back to sleep. I don't cuddle all night though or I'd never get him off the boob.

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    Well obviously i misread those cues.....been in his bed half an hour talking, squeeking, being silly etc. He yawned so i assumed he was tired, but obviously not. Obviously this is going to be one of those days.....just sitting here waiting for the SCREAMING to start

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    I never got the cues right either with either of my two kids. I had to use timings instead. Then I'd feed and or cuddle to sleep.

    Or just pop in the pram or carrier.

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


 

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