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    Ugh it never ends! Tonight 3 yo fell asleep on the floor at 6pm while I was putting baby to bed. He didn't wake up when I picked him up so I've put him in bed so who knows when he'll wake up or what kind of night I'll have!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piyamj View Post
    @Jackinabox what age did you start this with DD? And do you offer any verbal/physical reassurance?
    I first did it at around 8 months then again at 11 months when she regressed. I went by her tone of cry, if she got too worked up I would pick her up and give her a cuddle until she calmed down then laid her back in the cot. Tresillian said to do this as needed. They also said to try for an hour and then if you don't succeed go back to old methods then try again next sleep. The first time DD took 45 mins at 8 months but when I redid it at 11 months it took 30 mins. Also start it at the first sleep of the day when they are not too tired like at the end of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scatchy View Post
    Did your DD stand up? If so did you lay her back down or did you leave her to get back down herself?
    I did lay her back down but if she kept getting up I left her until she sat down then laid down herself. Once she laid down it usually meant we were close to sleep!

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    I have needed to resettle bubs 5 times between 9 and 11:45... Only feeding at 11:45- this can't be normal surely?!

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    Lay down for a nap, 10min later DP rings me about some random cr@p, even though he knew I was sleeping. Grr

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    Both kids wide awake at 5.30am o_O

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    This baby just KEEPS. WAKING. UP. gaaaaaaah

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    Let go, little girl! You are so overtired its unreal. You get to the edge of sleep but won't dive in. I've got washing to bring in and then another load to hang out. I cannot keep rocking and nursing your tired little self all night!


 

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