She slept till about 2am (I think) in the cot and ended up with me.
She put herself back to sleep after the first wake up.
No mobile in the cot. Not sure if it'd be a good idea - just because she would probably grab it lol
Going to try for a whole night in the cot this time
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28-05-2013 09:35 #31
29-05-2013 21:20 #32
That's awesome!! It's amazing she went from screaming without till sleeping in her cot for hours! How'd you do it?
29-05-2013 21:52 #33
No clue , must've been a fluke as she won't go back there lol
I think she's getting sick so probably won't work for a while.
Going to the drs on Friday for needles and sleep school referral.
I'm sure we will get there. It's just hard and taking its toll on me
29-05-2013 22:20 #34
this non-sleeping stuff is so tough.
sleep school will tell you consistency is the key - if you want her to go to sleep in the cot, get her to sleep in the cot. changing her sleep environment part way through the night (ie taking her to your bed) will confuse her, and make it take longer.
It'll be a tough few days/week, but persist, persist, persist.
big hugs and hope she turns the corner for you real soon
29-05-2013 22:20 #35
You will definitely get there. Well good luck. I hoe sleep school works out for you
29-05-2013 22:24 #36
Hopefully it doesn't take too long to get in
31-05-2013 11:58 #37
Did you get referral.
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31-05-2013 13:07 #38
Appt is at 4:20 this arvo will let you know what happens. It's also needle day and she's teething
My mum has come up with a theory because she's used to open spaces ie the loungeroom, maybe she just doesn't like the confinement of a cot. So she's ordered us a toddler bed I was in one at 12 months so we shall see what happens. If this works I can also cancel the sleep school.
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31-05-2013 17:11 #40
It's not the size I think it's the high edges she doesn't like.
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