Speaking of white noise. ...my daughter still has hers in her room for sleep at 2 and half!
I have one of those toys that play waves/rain etc for 45 minutes. If she wakes in the night i turn it back on it also helped to settle her in hospital too.
I think it's amazing.
I have this one.
My son had reflux and was cmpi (Cows milk protein intolerant).
Pretty much since he was born he screamed after eating for hours, was always full of wind, cried constantly and needed to be held upright, his actual vomiting waterfalls didn't start for a few weeks. It took us 5 different Drs to find one that listened to us and we trialled many different things for it, we ended up on omeprazole (losec) twice a day, mylanta for flare ups and a hydrolysed formula. If you suspect something isn't right keep going back to the dr until they listen to you. Big hugs it's a really stressful time, there are quite a few reflux support groups on favebook that in the early days were very helpful for us.
Just read back- we use a white noise machine too and still do at nearly 2
Last edited by PipersMummy; 13-08-2015 at 09:26.
But here's a few things that the sleep dr said and we do. (And when I say sleep dr. .. i actually mean a medical professional not a 'regular' person! )
And wearing a tighter fitting onsie. The pressure and feel of the tight clothing is soothing. She doesn't wear pj's that are sets anymore. So tight leggings with a body suit or similar. That are even a size smaller.
We find that works. I know your little one is still small but I wish i had realised that sooner.
Also a little massage before bedtime helps wind down.
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