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... 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. Her teeth do bother her at night, and I give her orajel to numb the pain, and sometimes tylenol to help it stay away for a while. ... (10 replies)
... or it. All it does is serve to make you feel inadequate a mother, which you are NOT. Do what seems right for you. I would especially resent the comments about not nursing or rocking the baby right before sleep. There is nothing more wonderful than snuggling with a sleepy baby in the rocking chair. ... (8 replies)
... month old DD! She can go 10 hours without sleeping! The Health Visitor suggested controlled crying and I tried it once last night but it was a disaster and nearly broke my heart. ... (5 replies)

... Slept three hours during the day, ate, slept three hours, ate, and the routine goes on. That continued until the age of four months. ... (5 replies)
... At four months, my daughter started getting teeth and was NEVER sleeping well. ... (8 replies)
... s good. Well, hubby rolled all 250 pounds of himself toward the middle, popping DS out of the postioner. I woke up to DS wedged between hubby and the bed, both sleeping soundly. After I got done FREAKING OUT, DS went in his crib and we all had a typical new baby sleepless night. ... (13 replies)
... especially since the author advocates some things with which I strongly disagree such as CIO for a newborn, setting a schedule for a newborn and slapping a nine month old who is playing with his food. ... (3 replies)
... Wow. I haven't been able to write on this board for quite some time and now when I sit down to post about my daughter's changing sleeping habits... ... (14 replies)
... plug back in in the middle of the night. Thumb suckers are usually great sleepers because they can pacify themselves and fall asleep themselves much easier. My four year old stopped in a week. She sucked her thumb a lot and it took a week to stop. ... (9 replies)
... Ds is doing great! Can't believe next week he'll be four months old. ... (98 replies)
... b with her so she could find them herself. i also spent a little extra time each day, helping her find her binky and put it in her mouth. it probably took her a month to REALLY figure it out, but with each night, she woke up less and less until she started sleeping through the night. ... (17 replies)

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