nessie, i really hope things settle down for you soon, youve had such a rough trot and with your mum so ill .
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15-09-2011 09:13 #91Senior Member
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15-09-2011 09:45 #92
Nessie - I hope your mum is ok and you as well....gee you have had a rough trot lately
15-09-2011 12:57 #93
Nessie - For you. Hope your mum isn't in pain
15-09-2011 14:00 #94
sorry Nessie about your mum....
Re Toilet training - I've read in my TT guide the ideal age is 22 months - send me your email address and I'll email it to you - and we can compare notes as this is on my list of things to do also. 3 days intensive course!!! DONE!
15-09-2011 15:07 #95
Mum4nY would you mind emailing it to me as well?
15-09-2011 15:45 #96
Oooh m4n - me too!! I'll pm you my email
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15-09-2011 19:39 #97
Nessie - sorry to hear about your mum I hope you have support around you, if there is anything you need I'm just a phone call away.
Well I think this clingyness business is here to stay for now, Evie has been really bad after her afternoon nap & she use to always wake up happy, not sure if I should cut that sleep out but she seems to still need it most of the time, yesterday she didn't but that's very unusual, maybe she's about to change that. Funny how it seems to be an age thing, but then again she's a bit younger than most of our bh bubs, I do think it has alot to do with teething and it seems to be a new way for them to communicate bcs they know how to get to you when they want you and grab hold of your leg or whatever it is they do to cling onto you and whinge if you don't give them the attention. She's been waking earlier in the mornings than usual too and not sure why, perhaps it's to do with the day naps.
I'm curious to know where everyone is up to with day sleeps, do your bubs have 1 or 2 naps? and if it's only the one when did it change?
15-09-2011 20:05 #98
sounds like our house atm!! Waking earlier and finding it more difficult to have an arvo sleep. Teething is the monster in our house atm, and is definitely the culprit for many of the behaviour issues we are having recently.
Spencer has 1 sleep and after asking DH, we think he started 1 sleep about 6 months ago, so about 16 to 18 months of age. I changed him to 1 sleep when his 2 sleeps were consistently getting shorter. He started having only 45 minute sleeps and was getting more difficult to get to sleep. Our routine is to have lunch about 11 am and then down for sleep about midday. Once he really hit his stride with this routine, it wasn't unusual for him to sleep 3 hours! I'm feeling it now that he has dropped the sleep time back. Hoping once the teeth get sorted, it will go back to about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. But then, Spencer is a kid who LOVES his sleep!! lol
15-09-2011 21:29 #99
Hi Nessie I hope things settle down for your mum and you're ok. What a rough time you've had
Kismet sorry I can't remember with Scarlett but I'm sure it was early as both my girls would drop a sleep before they were ready and we went through weeks of misery with grumpy overtired kids.
Mum4nay thanks for sending that info re toilet training. It was very interesting as it WA basically what i did with Lucy and yep she was trained in 3 days. She was 3 at the time (we'd put it off as she suffered very badly with constipation and it made her very anxious). I was desperate for her to be out of nappies by kindy so did it over a weekend and it was done. From memory it wasn't too hard at all. I'm going to try it with scarlett during the school holidays.
15-09-2011 22:04 #100
Nessie, just want to give you a big hug. I so hope your mum doesn't have to suffer much longer. My heart goes out to you and I'm a hearing ear if you ever need to offload. xo
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