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    Once again im up again.. Ive taken her dummy and now I cant get her to stop crying..

    Why is this so hard 😞 I dont know how much more I can take on no sleep..

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    Have you thought about sleep school? I just got back they work wonders! My baby may not be sleeping great but before I went I couldn't even put him down he was in my arms 24/7 now his in his own cot he will go in his pram capsule bouncer and on the floor for play before the school he wouldn't do any of that.


    β€œWhether a man knew it or not, he needed a woman at his back: someone to remind him that all is not lost, someone to show him the sliver of light that is creeping its way through the dark, someone to hold him, even when he didn’t realized he needed to be held.”

    Excerpt From: Loftis, Quinn. β€œSacrifice of Love.” iBooks.

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    When you say sleep school do you mean Tresillian? We are booked into Tresillian for Tuesday next week.

    How was your experience with sleep school? How did it work?

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    I went to QEC it's the same thing :-) they do use a form of controlled crying but it does work and they help you when your having a hard time settling them :-)


    Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x


 

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