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    Quote Originally Posted by Piyamj View Post
    @VicPark eagerly awaiting your response
    She used the SOS Tizzie Hall method I am pretty sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpie View Post
    Hi Vicpark
    What did you do on those two nights? Did your bub protest? I have the same problem and am tired.
    Apologies for my tardy response it's been a busy few days..

    There was a little bit of crying. Probably about 15 minutes each night. It was non emotional "wah wah .... Pause.. Wah... Pause.... Wah wah ... Pause." Once I stared listening to bubs cries and watching from a secret viewpoint (through the door) it was obvious bub was trying to self settle. If I went in bub would rouse more.

    If bub was going off his nut doing an emotional cry/vomiting etc no way I would have let that happen.

    So in hindsight it wasn't really painfull but at the time it felt a little different. Anway two nights of that was well worth years of sleeping though the night and going to bed without having to be pat/rocked/fed etc.

    To be honest I find the prep leading up to bed time to be just as important (if not moreso) that what happens when you put bub to bed. Reduce the stimulation! Feed bub up good but not to sleep! And routine!!

    Good luck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piyamj View Post
    I am also interested in VP's response. Define 2 nights of pain? DD falls asleep super quick on the boob post her evening bath. How do I keep her awake?
    I only ask because sometimes DD is full but tired and then goes nuts cos she doesn't want to feed and then can't sleep and that's not fair on her. The paci has limited success.
    How old is your dd? If she is really young I would let her be. I remember using a cold washer and rubbing it on bubs face/feet to keep him awake longer to feed. A nappy change half way also helps. Some recommend doing half feed before the bath and Half feed after.

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    Thanks VP. She's 4.5 mths old. Good advice.


 

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