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    We did lots of rough tumble play, giggles etc introduce white noise if u don't have it already!!! Also when he cries I just say to my kids at bed time I understand your upset but it's bed time now I love you those sorts of things so he understands I'm still there. I let him release the tears. Tears are OK!! Please understand that. It's not CIO.. good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We did lots of rough tumble play, giggles etc introduce white noise if u don't have it already!!! Also when he cries I just say to my kids at bed time I understand your upset but it's bed time now I love you those sorts of things so he understands I'm still there. I let him release the tears. Tears are OK!! Please understand that. It's not CIO.. good luck
    DH stood next to the cot and DS just cried or scream hysterically. He said something to him but DS didn't seem to understand it or respond. Ya, this baby isn't even 1 and already showing the tantrum.
    @A&S: we sent DS to ngala at 10w. I wanted to send him back again but postponed it due to solving his colic issue. Then holiday, illness etc. by the time we were ready, the problem went away. DS slept through the night most of the time for 3 months until recently with another round of sickness and teething. We were bad about intro the bad habit. Just seems to hard to undo now.

    I will look up Caroline. Thanks.

    Thank you ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We did lots of rough tumble play, giggles etc introduce white noise if u don't have it already!!! Also when he cries I just say to my kids at bed time I understand your upset but it's bed time now I love you those sorts of things so he understands I'm still there. I let him release the tears. Tears are OK!! Please understand that. It's not CIO.. good luck
    DH stood next to the cot and DS just cried or scream hysterically. He said something to him but DS didn't seem to understand it or respond. Ya, this baby isn't even 1 and already showing the tantrum.
    @A&S: we sent DS to ngala at 10w. I wanted to send him back again but postponed it due to solving his colic issue. Then holiday, illness etc. by the time we were ready, the problem went away. DS slept through the night most of the time for 3 months until recently with another round of sickness and teething. We were bad about intro the bad habit. Just seems to hard to undo now.

    I will look up Caroline. Thanks.

    Thank you ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We did lots of rough tumble play, giggles etc introduce white noise if u don't have it already!!! Also when he cries I just say to my kids at bed time I understand your upset but it's bed time now I love you those sorts of things so he understands I'm still there. I let him release the tears. Tears are OK!! Please understand that. It's not CIO.. good luck
    How old when u did the talking thing?

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    Hi, ladies,

    me again. I just want to update back. The 3w of mid night waking ended a week ago all of the sudden. DS is sleeping through the night in his cot again (I might jinx myself here). It is even strange that he is napping a lot these days. 2--3 hrs per nap! 4--5 hrs in total. He goes to bed later now because of it. He is happy and active otherwise. I feel like he is making up the sleep from 0--7 months. LOL.

    I am not going to complain because i get some work done and so many people are struggling with bub sleep and i had been there. He is not sick at the moment. Is this normal? Growth spurt??!?

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