@bbhope how did moving day go? how is the new place? You know what i've finally realised. Our bub 'cries to sleep'. It's this thing where babies have to cry before they go to sleep. It's the only way they can get themselves to go to sleep. It's quite annoying actually cos it means there is no way he can go to sleep without crying and being soothed and he cries in yoru arms, anywhere really. And the hard part is you dn't know how long he's going to cry for. Which means i can't really leave the house with him cos even after a feed he will cry to sleep. I don't really know what to do and i've read online they can do this until they are many months old. Does your bub do this or does he go straight to sleep in your arms after a feed? I'm worried about this actually....that bubs has to cry before going to sleep and he could cry for like 30 minutes or for like 5 minutes....you just don't know! And when he wakes up he has to feed even if he just fed not long ago.....otherwise i have no way of getting him back down. |This makes me so nervous about leaving the house. I can just see me ending up in sleep school as i don't know how to get him to self soothe. If only he would be happy in our arms at least we'd have that but nope...always cries no matter where he is before he is able to go to sleep.
@Minib - yeh i was slightly positive too...not to worry it just means you will get penicillin every 4 hrs from when labour starts. The risks are very minor and cos you only have a little chances are nothing will happen to bubs. After bub is born they will just take her temperature before every feed to monitor her. after 48 hrs all good. don't worry chances are very very slim. The OB wasn't worried one bit.