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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I agree with this... I wouldnt be game to mess with a baby who sleeps through, if she isnt waking to have her dummy replaced I'd totally leave it alone if it were me

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    She was still waking for the dummy, but would go straight back to sleep once it was in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    She was still waking for the dummy, but would go straight back to sleep once it was in.
    Ah my bad, totally different story then, I understand!

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    Sorry, I misunderstood as well.

    I would keep persisting. All my 3 have had dummies but never really woken regularly for me to put it back in. Once they were asleep, they didn't wake.

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    No worries. I wasn't overly clear. Thanks!

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    My dd would wake for the dummy but then has learned to put it back in herself. She went through that stage of being unable to do it herself.

    If you've started to lose the dummy it would seem silly to give it back probably?? Personal decision for you.
    You could resettle with some gentle patting, on her or the mattress or a pp said white noise. Maybe a comforter to replace the dummy?

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    Thanks @Tamtam. Going to give he white noise a shot tonight. So far so good...let's hope it continues.

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    SHE WENT ALL THE WAY THROUGH!!!!!! Yay! 6:30p and still asleep now. I have my sleeper back. woke once and cried for about 2-3 mins and went back to sleep without me having to go in.

    Thanks everyone for your suggestions. Looks like the white noise is what has done it.

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    What did you use for white noise? And can someone give me rough idea of you activities before bed or nap for that routine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1991 View Post
    What did you use for white noise? And can someone give me rough idea of you activities before bed or nap for that routine?
    You can buy white noise machines from baby stores they sit inside a teddy or just by themselves. Our bedtime routine is generally solids, bath/shower, massage, cuddle time, bottle and bed. Having said that it worked well for my DD who slept through from 8 weeks old but does not work for my DS who with out his meds would wake up to 5 times an hour

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    Great news!!!

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