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    I went to a sleep day centre when bub was 12 weeks for this issue as she only slept on me (and never more than 40min). First step was to get her to sleep in the bassinet. We used a dummy, white noise, dark room, ssshhhing and rocking the bassinet. Then slowly we stopped the rocking, then the ssshhhing and now she completely self settles in a few minutes.
    Good luck! We had to be home for naps for a few weeks to get there... but now she self settles we can go out and she'll sleep in the pram

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    Quote Originally Posted by KT8 View Post
    I went to a sleep day centre when bub was 12 weeks for this issue as she only slept on me (and never more than 40min). First step was to get her to sleep in the bassinet. We used a dummy, white noise, dark room, ssshhhing and rocking the bassinet. Then slowly we stopped the rocking, then the ssshhhing and now she completely self settles in a few minutes.
    Good luck! We had to be home for naps for a few weeks to get there... but now she self settles we can go out and she'll sleep in the pram
    Yeah she only cat naps in the bassinet but will sleep for a coupl of hours on the lounge..

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    I have same problem...for the most part it comes with time. Our little one each day I've noticed will stir and then magically go back to sleep...not always though. Ive also found a toy helps. Fisher Price sent us this calming vibrations soother...I popped it next to her (not near the face) and turned it on and everytime she stirs it reassures her and she settles. Maybe because it vibrates, anyway just a suggestion.


 

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