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    Quote Originally Posted by graceadler View Post
    @A-Squared rightio- why has it popping up on my feed?

    Sorry, I'm new to this
    That's ok!! She is 17 months now and it was interesting re-read my op! I did exactly what I feared. She is fed to sleep and put down in her cot. She stays there alone (with anywhere from 0-10 wakes which need me to help resettle) until about 11-1 or so and them I go in, pull her out and we both cosleep in the double bed in her bedroom.
    It's not a great solution and to be honest after doing it for nearly a year I am over it.
    I am going to try weaning get for the second time when she is 18 months and I am working on a suggestion from the no cry sleep solution of "making a family best seller", a book all about dd and how she has grown from a little baby to a big girl who doesn't need mamas milk any can sleep all by herself etc.

    Sorry to hear your LO has reflux. It definitely wasn't that with my dd. she is just like her older brothers and too attached to her mama!

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    Sorry I was in a rush, I should have explained. If someone adds to a thread it comes up the top again. This is a continuous thread that has been going for a year. I just mean the OPs baby is now a year older.

    My DD had silent reflux - it was just awful! If you have any questions about it, or my experience with it PM me

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    That's ok!! She is 17 months now and it was interesting re-read my op! I did exactly what I feared. She is fed to sleep and put down in her cot. She stays there alone (with anywhere from 0-10 wakes which need me to help resettle) until about 11-1 or so and them I go in, pull her out and we both cosleep in the double bed in her bedroom.
    It's not a great solution and to be honest after doing it for nearly a year I am over it.
    I am going to try weaning get for the second time when she is 18 months and I am working on a suggestion from the no cry sleep solution of "making a family best seller", a book all about dd and how she has grown from a little baby to a big girl who doesn't need mamas milk any can sleep all by herself etc.

    Sorry to hear your LO has reflux. It definitely wasn't that with my dd. she is just like her older brothers and too attached to her mama!
    Sometimes you just have to do what you got to do. But, there are great books out there that help with all types of sleeping problems. I used the baby whisperer with my first born. But with my 2nd I am going to get a sleep consultant. We are in Perth and there is a great lady named Andrea bogue. I've already hit a mental wall dealing with his reflux, don't think I can go through self settling teaming again.

    Good luck with the weaning. Which I had tips for you

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    I really need to let it out!!
    So DS is now 6 and half months he's been a great sleeper ( slept 12 hours) until about a month ago.. I shouldn't be complaining!!! BUT some nights I'm getting up 6-7 times a night!! He's in the process of crawling rocking and slowing moving hands forward, because he is up on all fours banging his head against the cot some nights he can manage to go back to sleep on his stomach ( I really don't like him sleeping on his stomach) and then the other night he slept 11 hours... And then last night uh god he's usually bed time between 5:30-6:30 he didn't go to bed until 8:10!!! Then he was awake at 11:30, 1:30,3:30 and 5am when DH got up for work! I know it's because he's crawling and he's trying to master this new amazing skill but omg I can't sleep longer then 5 hours I'm really not used to this!! Plus I'll be going back to work in a couple of weeks doing 4pm-9pm I'm going to be a walking zombie!!

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    Oh Hun it's so hard when they do that to us.
    But I think you can be sure it's just a developmental leap. Keep doing your normal routine for a week and bub should go back to normal. Let him get lots of practice in during the day so he is tuckered out at night. Good luck.
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    I feel like all he does is go on his hands and knees I let him do it as much as he wants BUT he still wants more during the night haha uh he's been doing this for about a week an a half

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    Grrr getting so frustrated. I do responsive settling with ds now but im still struggling to read his cues. Awake timeswork sometimes but not others.

    If i put him down when i see him rubbing his eyes he is wide awake in his cot trying to play & then starts screaming, so i dont think he's tired enough.

    Ive narrowed it down to when i see a yawn i put him straight to bed & he settles himself without a sound.

    But he doesnt always yawn. Like this morning. Eye rubbing so i waited & waited for a yawn which never came then he started cracking up so i put him to bed& he's in there SCREAMING, so im guessing he's now overtired.

    God this is so impossible........

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    Your both doing a great job trying to help your bubs.
    At 2 my ds2 is still up till awful hours of the night. Waking every 3 hours. But being asd it's par for the course. @heartstringz I think with ds1 my thoughts were get him down before the tired signs. Let him find his sweet spot and just sit in a chair and read while he is settling himself. That way I never missed it and he was happy I was there. @Clyon have you got a sleeping bag? Ds1 used one about that stage and it helped stop him from getting to the point of being awake when he was practising during the night.

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    I do! When he was in the process of rolling I brought one that was allot bigger then the size I had him in and is tuck the bottom in the end of the cot and sometimes hell just roll over and start trying to crawl in the sleep sack haha

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    Try one that is just the right length so the feet push the end. It gives them the feeling they want without waking as much. The rolling is normal though and something they get used to.

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