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    Quote Originally Posted by two souls View Post
    They one we looked at was the same rosey.

    If I did want to do a comforter what are some good ones that they can breathe through?
    DD has one of those ones thats a piece of blanket with a teddy on it.. I just move it well away from her when I go to bed. I check and make sure it isn't covering her face while im still up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    Good luck!!!!! Lets hope he goes well! After disastrous night of not being swaddled last night, waking every hour and then having to go to work today I've buckled and fully swaddled
    She will get there. She is so little still, my DS should have been out of them ages ago! Your a brave mummy though, after a couple of wakings I would have put her straight in the swaddle! I'm such a wuss when it comes to sleep deprivation!

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    I was so tired I didn't even think about it haha at about 4 I wrapped her but she was still up at 5. Poor DF was sooooo tired this morning so he HAD to sleep in so even though I was going to work I still got up

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    Quote Originally Posted by two souls View Post
    They one we looked at was the same rosey.

    If I did want to do a comforter what are some good ones that they can breathe through?
    Daycare with no comforter rule would suck! Poor bubbas...

    If you are put shopping at target or big w etc just grab a comforter, put it over your face and see if you can easily breathe. Chemists often have meshy looking teddy comforters if you are extra worried

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    I was so tired I didn't even think about it haha at about 4 I wrapped her but she was still up at 5. Poor DF was sooooo tired this morning so he HAD to sleep in so even though I was going to work I still got up
    Sounds about standard. These men are horribly tired from being disturbed in their sleep and then having to roll over and crash out again. :eyeroll:

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    Aren't they @HeavenBlue! Such hard hard lives they have!

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    When people say sleep like a baby, they had it so very wrong. What they *meant* was; Sleep like a husband/Father.

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    Hahaha yes!!!!! "Sleep like a baby" is so wrong!

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    So we are officially in 50/50 territory, no looking back now. Last night went well with minimal disturbances. I vaguely remember sliding him back to the foot of the cot and fixing blankets around 330am and back to sleep quite quickly and that was the only waking I remember. I dare say he will be ready for the second arm out quite quickly. Happy days!

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    Thats awesome @HeavenBlue! Thats great!


 

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