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    Default moving from bassinet in our room into a cot in her room

    Luckily my bub is so cruise he just doesn't give a rats haha but I helped a friend of mine whose son just wasn't coping and it worked well but took a week approx. So here's my idea based on this - Just let her fluff around in there when she's wide awake so she gets used to the room and the surroundings etc. sing some songs, make some funny faces and let her get to know that it's a nice place to be Just don't sneak out when she's not looking as it might startle her when she can't find you, stay close so she feels supported and safe. After a few days of this just let her know you will be back in a moment and extend that "moment" each time. Then start to do it when she's tired and if she needs you to then stay there until she falls asleep. Eventually she'll be happy to sleep in there

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    Default moving from bassinet in our room into a cot in her room

    thanks jodie
    I've started putting her in her cot after nappy changes because she loves her mobile and we play little
    games of peek a boo in there too, so I'll keep doing that

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