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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?
    That's great OP! Just keep doing,your same routine and white noise and you may be fine from now (baring any illness, teething etc)

    Mimi, you don't need to buy anything new if you have a spare little radio, just put it onto a blank station. White noise machines can be expensive and are a bit of a gimmick.

    Our routine was at the beginning, dinner, chill out time, bath time, into pjs, into sleeping bag, top up feed until she was almost asleep and into bed.

    Naps were the same minus the bath.

    I also highly recommend a comforter with your smell on it, it can really calm bub when you aren't there.

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    Fantastic news!! Well done!!

    For our white noise we use an old phone with no sim card in it and a baby white noise app. We were going to get a sleep sheep but it wasnt loud enough to drown out the sound of my older 2.


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    I have one of these. .. For white noise. Hope I can link this.
    http://m.toysrus.com/skava/static/pr...ww.toysrus.com

    I also have the sheep one in the car. It's great!!

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    I downloaded an app. Baby white noise. It was free and has really nice sounding white noise.

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    Thanks everyone. She woke at 8am. That is more like the baby I know. Didn't have to get up at all. Soooooo happy.

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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?
    Her routine is pretty similar to others that have been suggested. We do:

    5:30p Bath
    5:45p Bottle
    6:00p quiet activities (I.e books, singing etc)
    6/6:15p dinner (solids with us as we eat)
    6:00p sleeping bag, bedtime story and prayers and into bed.


 

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