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    So, it all turned to poo after her first wake up. I was back to going in there every 20 minutes until at 11 I had a little tantrum myself and got into bed with her. She wasn't brilliant there either, but I think the difference is that I can snooze and settle her at the same time.

    At one point I asked her to 'show Mumma your owies' and she pointed to her mouth, so today's task will be getting some nurofen. She also had a bit of a blocked nose so more vapouriser stuff for the humidifier while I'm at the chemist.

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    :-( I think you may have to wait til she's feeling better/over teething. When my kids were 16ish months old we had a whole month of bad sleep while the molars came in. I was giving nurofen most nights. Once she's over that you might be able to try changing things with regard to how she goes to sleep. I've also had a period where separation anxiety made it impossible to do any firm of cc.
    This too shall pass nomsie, hopefully sooner rather than later!

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    Here it is nomsie! It's mostly about night weaning but I used the same technique, ie gradual retreat just for getting him to sleep and letting me leave the room. I just found some of his comments quite helpful as well, ie that DS was angry not scared when he was crying about only my hand on him.

    http://drjaygordon.com/attachment/sleeppattern.html

    But she definitely may be in pain and you may find that a dose of nurofen will help her stay asleep.

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    ^^ this is such a fantastic article. I love this approach, thankyou for posting it.

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    Thanks for the link @HollyGolightly81- I'll read it shortly.

    She has developed a snotty nose today so we have given her a dose of nurofen, Vicks on chest and feet, bepanthen on her slight nappy rash, and I have the humidifier on in her room.

    (again!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    ^^ this is such a fantastic article. I love this approach, thankyou for posting it.
    @Bondgirl deserves the credit. She started a thread a while ago about it ☺️

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    I think I need to re-read this! Things have gone a bit pear shaped here lately! Ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    They may have improved since then? My boys tell me it helps until I can go and get some medicine
    i tried sudo cream as an adult and it drove the worms crazy lol maybe bepanthen works differently or its different for adults

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    How has it all been going? Was it worms or teeth? Or neither?


 

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