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... I think maybe at 4 months we'll start trying to put him down drowsy but awake. But for now we'll keep doing what we are doing. Because he's not too long to fall asleep and I enjoy my time at night with him. I just was wondering if this was bad to do, but I guess we should do what works best for us, right! ... (9 replies)
... I know everyone hates CIO, but I truly believe that some babies NEED to blow off some steam before falling asleep. My DD became literally IMPOSSIBLE to put to bed at one point. ... (9 replies)
... it took many months until my son would fall asleep on his own. At 11 months, he goes to sleep after taking his bottle or being rocked for a minute or two. I do agree with the bath though. ... (9 replies)

... You have to teach them how to fall asleep on their own. ... (9 replies)
... I feel, today, that I can definately interject a lot to this discussion as a mother of 2 boys who both have challenged me at bed time. ... (8 replies)
... How many teenagers want mommy or daddy to help them fall asleep? ... (8 replies)
Holding My Baby
Nov 7, 2006
... I think many of you are missing the original question. It wasnt should a baby be held while sleeping. It was, I dont want my baby held while sleeping, how can I get my parents in law to comply? ... (22 replies)
Holding My Baby
Nov 1, 2006
... I know what you mean, my dd was passed around like a party favour by her grandparents and its VERY tiring for the baby too. I started very early making sure my baby could sleep by herself in her bed and not by falling asleep in someone's arms. ... (22 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... s been much more effective then pumping. I'm doing what is called a "nursing vacation". I get my phone, the remote, a drink, and a snack and I just go lay on the bed for the afternoon and let her suck herself silly. That is really the BEST thing you can do. ... (35 replies)
... Our dd slept in our bed till she was one. ... (16 replies)
... if baby has gone to sleep after 10 min of crying that's wonderful!! mine would take much longer at some times. please don't fall pray to guilt. ... (8 replies)
... I would put my son to bed and then set an alarm for myself for around 2 or 3am and then get him up and feed him. ... (3 replies)
... minutes up until bed time and this helps fill baby up sufficiently for a long nights sleep. ... (3 replies)
... He will fall asleep on us, but as soon as we lay him down in his crib, he will cry and cry. We have tried letting him "work it out" as suggested by our dr. ... (6 replies)
... feet off the bed onto a carpeted floor, the middle daughter fell off the deck down 3 steps, the youngest fell down a flight of stairs at my parents house. All of them were fine. ... (5 replies)
... let us know how it goes and super good luck. it's so hard being a mama, but i try to remember it's even harder being a baby and a toddler. ... (2 replies)
... ake naps together, but she slept in her crib. I actually really love it, but I understand that it is not for everyone. It seems more natural to me to have your baby right there with you all night instead of in another room by themselves. ... (2 replies)
Letting baby cry
Oct 19, 2008
... he was trying to fall asleep! ... (11 replies)
... The 50 minute nap thing is your baby going through one sleep cycle and not knowing how to put herself back to sleep. ... (7 replies)
... I had a nap time routine that I used for every nap. Usually I would rock her for a min, but not let her fall asleep, and I would sing, then put her in her bed. ... (7 replies)




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