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... ight to comfort feed. Because he is right next to me its easier to give it to him than not, which is the second problem. The third problem I suppose is he wont fall asleep on his own. ... (5 replies)
... I agree that six months may still be a little young. I read a book on baby sleep about a year ago when my oldest was about 9 months old and wouldn't fall asleep on her own. ... (12 replies)
... weeks old was nursing at 10 p.m and the baby waking at 5 a.m to nurse again. ... (18 replies)

... Also try putting your baby down drowsy but still awake. When babies wake, they look to fall back to sleep the same way they went to sleep in the first place. ... (18 replies)
... hour before her feed before bed and this seemed to help a bit. I've also increased her intake by adding to her food and giviong yogurt and cheese. ... (4 replies)
... i've only ever done outlet covers in my house and that's only because my house has so many outlets all at baby eye level. ... (7 replies)
... a lot of times, i'd fall asleep myself! ... (11 replies)
... If I don't go into his crib to get him at 5 a.m., he will end up crying. Usually because he tries to stand in his crib now and will then fall down and get mad, or hurt himself in the crib. ... (11 replies)
... Personally I see nothing wrong with rocking your little baby to sleep at night. Its not like we'll still be still rocking our little ones when they are 10 years old. ... (9 replies)
... started going to bed on her own, drowsy and falling asleep without a fuss. It is amazing the changes I have seen in her! ... (9 replies)
... The most important premise of the book is to have your infant repeat a 3 hour cycle of eat, play, sleep. This teaches your baby to not always have to fall asleep through eating. ... (3 replies)
... When she wakes in the middle of the night, she is looking to fall back to sleep the same way she went to sleep in the first place. So if you've rocked her to sleep, gave a bottle, nursed, pacifier, whatever... ... (2 replies)
... my DS, but often it does not. DS is not too good at soothing himself back to sleep and he often ends up crying if I try to ignore him. That is when he ends up in bed with me! Rarely does he play himself back to sleep. Bummer! ... (17 replies)
... month old that wakes Is hungry. Give him a bottle, burp him and play for a few minutes. Make sure he is changed and put him down. He should go to bed or fall asleep on your depending on how you do it. ... (17 replies)
... esp. at 4 a.m. when he doesn't want to fall back to sleep. ... (17 replies)
... se her and she falls back to sleep. If she isn't looking for food, sometimes all she does is reach out with her little hand, feel that I'm next to her and she'll fall back to sleep. ... (17 replies)
... months after my son was born because I would fall asleeep in the recliner. He made a comment about it so I started sleeping in bed again. I did it because after my son fell asleep when I rocked him, like you I was so tired I would fall asleep. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, absolutely. And what your baby is drinking is NORMAL for a breastfed infant. 30ml's is about 1 ounce. ... (5 replies)
... d roll over, and that way she ends up laying on top of her blanket. She's fine once she's already asleep, it's getting her to settle down long enough to actually fall asleep. ... (6 replies)
Holding My Baby
Nov 1, 2006
... Ok So This Is My Dilema.. I Dont Like For My 2 Months Old Baby To Be Held My My M.i.l Or F.i.l For A Long Time.. ... (22 replies)

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