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    Quote Originally Posted by LyricsDad View Post
    He's hungry, feed him.

    That's not entirely helpful! In fact its quite narrow minded if you ask me. Why is that some peoples response to fixing everything??

    Who's baby are you referring to anyway? If you had a read the replies these mummies all feed their bubs when they're hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    That's not entirely helpful! In fact its quite narrow minded if you ask me. Why is that some peoples response to fixing everything??

    Who's baby are you referring to anyway? If you had a read the replies these mummies all feed their bubs when they're hungry.
    The poster has made 7 posts in 4 years... Hmmmm

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    @SAgirl my DD3 was a horrid sleeper until I started putting her down on her stomach at about 4 months of age. I know it's not recommended but all of my kids slept far better on their stomachs. Not sure if you are happy to do that but just thought I'd put it out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    With gro-bags and swaddles I have been making a slow transition. I use halo sleepsack with swaddle at night and a gro-bag with sleepy wings during the day. I have to say ds2 sleeps better at night during the day he often grizzles in between sleep cycles. He was slowly getting used to the sleepy wings and then hubby put them through the wash (only one pair and they have to line dry) so we've had a few day sleeps without he wings and he is waking a bit more, but then resettling. Will give it another day and then put the wings back on if it doesn't improve (still trying to figure out if he still has startle reflex). Once he is doing ok in day naps with a grobag, we will make the change for night time.
    Im sending dh to buy some sleepy wings grobags today, thank you.

    Because of my bad night(s) with dd, dh has taken both kids out and is coming back every couple hours so I can feed dd. It's almost 10 and I haven't got out of bed yet. Heaven. I love weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    @SAgirl my DD3 was a horrid sleeper until I started putting her down on her stomach at about 4 months of age. I know it's not recommended but all of my kids slept far better on their stomachs. Not sure if you are happy to do that but just thought I'd put it out there.
    3 of my 4 babies where tummy sleepers it helped immensely!!


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

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    Gah DS is awake kind of over these 20 min naps

    P.s his not hungry


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

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyricsDad View Post
    He's hungry, feed him.
    If you have nothing positive to say then you are not welcome here.

    Bye bye!

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    So DS is asleep in a grobag and he stirred after the first sleep cycle but is back to sleep!!!!

    He sleeps next to me unwrapped and also in the pram unwrapped so his startle reflex must be gone or it doesn't big him too much.

    DH and both DS's and I went shopping today.

    I got some more clothing for the boys as they have pretty much outgrown everything! Oh my goodness bonds is expensive!! And it's not even that great! I really don't know what all the fuss is about... I did buy 2 bonds zip wonder suits only because they don't have closed feet but you can cover them with the extra bit if fabric if you want to, plus built in mittens which I'm going to need for grobags.

    Then I also got some new flannelette pj's for both boys.

    DH's bday is next week and I'm DYING to buy them all matching giggle and hoot pj's!!! Hahaha

    I'm feeling positive about the grobags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    @SAgirl my DD3 was a horrid sleeper until I started putting her down on her stomach at about 4 months of age. I know it's not recommended but all of my kids slept far better on their stomachs. Not sure if you are happy to do that but just thought I'd put it out there.

    I think you're on to something here. My DD slept much better when,she learnt to roll onto her tummy and has slept that way until today.

    I do remember reading about how sleep issues are more common in babies since the SIDS recommendations came out.

    My mum said both my brother and I slept in our tummies from birth.

    As you say, its not for everyone. But when bub co-sleeps or sleeps next to you, its the safest way to try them on their bellies.

    SA girl, that's awesome about the growbags! Hopefully it continues to help at night too.

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    DS is back down for another nap but DD has me ripping my f***ing hair out!!! Ahhhhhhhhh


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


 

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