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    Default The good night nurse

    Hi has anyone had a visit from either Emma or Stacey from The Goodnight Nurse to help their infant with sleep problems? Experience, please!

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    Yes we had Emma here when DD2 was just 5 months old. She was lovely and chatty. Gave us lots of good tips and pointed us in the right direction. She was fine with the fact that I didn't want any crying (she was so little) and was happy to breastfeed in the night when she woke. The problem was I could never get her to sleep in the cot in the first place, and she helped tremendously with that.

    She answered some further emails when I had questions and chatted with me over the phone as well.

    She was friendly, practical and realistic.

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    I've used Emma as well. Lifesaver!

    Helped me with my frequently waking 13 month old - and again when he hit 2.5yrs.

    Happy to answer any questions :-)

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    I might get Stacey as Emma lives in Busselton now!

    My DS has SR so I have to get that under control but he is developing some bad habits it's that will need to be broken. Hoping the goodnight nurse can help.

    But I've also been told Andrea bogue and Caroline's Angels are great too!!

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    A friend used Caroline's Angels for her twins and said they were really good. I went to one of their toilet training seminars and they were so lovely and helpful.

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