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    Poor little dude. I think my DS has both his bottom teeth now, I just can't check in his mouth for more than a couple of seconds to check properly, he keeps sticking his tongue out haha. One is def through though.

    Hope your little mans teeth come through soon to stop the pain for him

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    They are through but down really low teething is horrible.

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    Oh geez! What have I started!!! DS1 woke with a nightmare this morning at 4:30 so i asked if he wanted to go and sleep with DH in the spare room which he did ( but didn't actually sleep)

    Anyway now he is refusing to sleep in his own bed. He's been crying hysterically for an hour already

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Oh geez! What have I started!!! DS1 woke with a nightmare this morning at 4:30 so i asked if he wanted to go and sleep with DH in the spare room which he did ( but didn't actually sleep)

    Anyway now he is refusing to sleep in his own bed. He's been crying hysterically for an hour already
    dont give in!! My DD almost 3 1/2 years went through this at 2 1/2 years and she's still in our bed!!! Drives me nuts if DS isn't waking every hour DD is surely kicking me in the back!

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    No I haven't given in but I feel so bad as he was screaming and crying hysterically he just wouldn't settle. Used every excuse he could think of to get us back in the room.

    He's finally settled now so that's good but who knows what's going to happen during the night

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    You poor women!! Its so hard seeing your child like that. My DD has a lot of fears and screams hysterically a lot its horrible.

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    My poor little dude, he cried so much but I just say on his bed and every time he tried to get up I said 'no it's bed time lie down' and then lay him back down again.

    I did leave the room a couple of times and he would scream and cry and call me and say he wanted a cuddle I went in and have him cuddles and I think the poor little guy was so tired he eventually gave in and lay down. I read him two stories but he still cried after that. In the end I went in and say in his bed, put his doona over him and every time he spoke or cried I just went 'shhh bed time now' really quietly and he finally calmed.

    He did sleep in his bed all night though and didn't wake crying which as great i checked on him 3 times during the night and the last time he woke and asked for a kiss from daddy and I just said daddy is asleep so mummy is coming to give you a kiss and cuddle and he was happy with that.

    Breaks my heart when he cries

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    Poor little man..... But you did it thats great! My DD slept in my bed again on the up side DS slept from 7-1 1-4 4-6

    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3

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    Is it possible we all have teething bubs?! He's had the odd symptom here and there but I was kinda brushing them off as nothing and that he's too young since he hasn't been irritable. But he just lost the plot and I'm fairly certain I saw a little lump and now I'm putting all the signs together and thinking hmmmmm....

    Drooling and chewing on his hands and everything else...just figured, eh, he's a baby, they put everything in their mouth.

    A red right cheek every now and then but it kept going away so I kinda thought it was in my head.

    Pulling his right ear.

    Diarrhea the past couple days, or sloppier than normal breastfed poos. I know that's a bit of a controversial one but quite the coincidence!
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    I don't want to do this anymore. I'm over it.

    3rd wake up, 2nd feed before midnight


 

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