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... she was fussy, clingy, cried all the time, she never seemed comfortable, not even when sleeping, startled easily, screamed bloody murder at loud noises, just miserable! ... (5 replies)
... he started sleeping through again. I just wasn't making enough milk anymore so he wasn't getting enough to eat. This sounds exactly like what you are dealing with right now. ... (8 replies)
... bring her to bed with me. Hubby is unfortunately in the guest bedroom for now. The little girl loves our "love bugging" time in the morning and I'm so attentive to not have any blankets or pillows around her. ... (24 replies)

... We had a spell like that a few months back, DS was about 3 months old, and he just didn't sleep. He wasn't fussy, he didnt' even want to sleep. He went three days only sleeping a total of four or five hours a day. ... (5 replies)
... ooked back. He is a great sleeper. So when our second was born, I thought he'd be the same way. I just had him sleep with me to start, because I had to get up and care for my three year old. I needed to get some kind of rest. Now that he's five months old, he won't sleep in his crib. ... (3 replies)
... Well, I have a five month old daughter of my own. She has one tooth half way in and another one that just burst through her gums. ... (10 replies)
... asier to put her down already asleep, but honestly, that's only going to make your problem worse in the long run. A couple nights putting her down really drowsy and letting her fuss a bit won't hurt. That's really the only way to teach her to do it herself. ... (2 replies)
... My son did the same thing and we eventually when he was about five months old or four months old had to let him cry it out and cry himself to sleep. ... (9 replies)
Working Moms
Nov 5, 2007
... My situation may be a little different, but I'll share my experiences with you. I have a toddler and an infant. I went back to work five weeks after the toddler was born. That was rough. ... (15 replies)
... consecutive hours at night when she was three months old. She was exclusively breastfed too. She would wake after sleeping all night and go back down for a nap just 45 minutes later. It was amazing that she slept like that. ... (11 replies)
... I don't think gayle meant in any way that you should starve your baby. I am sure her baby was waking from habit, and she was fine after a few minutes. My son does the same from time to time...he will wake up, and I'll give him five minutes. ... (26 replies)
Help please
Sep 29, 2006
... At four months my dd learned that crying was a very effective tool for getting mummy back into the room. I figured this out when she would do a protest cry and I would go down, as soon as I got to her crib she would smile and want to play. ... (25 replies)
... we were cosleeping until i was so pregnant i just couldnt take having my wiggle worm dd in bed with us anymore. she was bumping into us and we were all waking up many times in the night. ... (3 replies)
... Wow! Two hours in the car is nothing! Get a portable DVD player and throw in a movie for your older child and as long as you've fed and diapered the little one, he should sleep the whole way. ... (8 replies)
... so may not see dh stuppit!!! ... (466 replies)
... I just wanted to add that tummy sleeping does not cause SIDS. Yes, the risk is a bit higher, but the actual risk for a tummy sleeping newborn is not even 1 in 1000. For a back sleeper it is still 1 in 1500. ... (15 replies)
... No matter what you do or don't do, most six week old babies are not going to sleep through the night. And by the way, the AAP considers sleeping through the night to be six hours straight at four months old. Some babies will, but most won't at this age. ... (14 replies)
... Okay guys, I need to vent. I don't know what has happened to my DS wonderful sleep patterns! He was sleeping through the night since 2 months, which was fabulous. Unfortunately it was too good to last. ... (466 replies)
... Thanks MandyAnne, I have no problem letting her sleep with me. In fact, I've done it quite a few times because I was too tired to get up and nurse her in the middle of the night...but it didn't work. ... (4 replies)
... gasp for breathe. He also had acid relux, and mildly snored when he was asleep. Children under the age of eight should not snore, even lightly I did not know this until three months ago. We thought is was kinda cute.. look he not only acts like you daddy.. but snores too! ... (8 replies)




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