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... I also do the layering thing but I still find it so cold in my DS room in the middle of the night. He's getting his premolars so lately he's been waking in the middle of the night. I leave his undershirt that he wore during the day on under his pjs. Right now he's been just wearing lightweight cotton footed sleepers. ... (3 replies)
... I thought I was the only one going through son will be turning 1 in a week and he goes to sleep on his own no problem but then wakes up in the night crying nearly hysterical. It's all a guessing game, he just got his molars in last week and he is totally happy during the day. ... (3 replies)
... hungry child or one with a sleep disorder. If it is sleep apnea.. the stopping of breathing is waking your child.. not hunger and the fear will make it hard for them to return to sleep. OSA in children especially young children is linked to SIDS and other serious conditions. ... (14 replies)

... I don't think the phases ever end. It could be molars, or he could just have fallen in to a pattern. ... (3 replies)
... does not have a medical condition. IT was a phase he was going through. Possibly teething. He is back to sleeping much better. My earlier post was a response to the original poster. Please see the posts before mine. ... (14 replies)
... I was in the same boat as you for a long time. ... (24 replies)
... and then those 2 year molars start! argh! ... (9 replies)
... If she gets used to you going in there and picking her up whenever she makes a peep you are gonna be sorry. I was. When my dd was small I would get her everytime she cried. ... (8 replies)
... I feel for you! It is so hard to have your little one cry and not know why. ... (9 replies)
... D Though I think I probably would have showed myself. That subject is very near and dear to my heart and it really pisses me off when people think they have the right to say where my children should and shouldn't sleep. My FIVE year old AND my 10 month old BOTH sleep with me and I love it!! ... (18 replies)
... juniorsmommy, what exactly happens at night when your son is waking up? ... (17 replies)
... The only real concern about the car seat is that it tends to put baby in a position where he's kind of slumped over, especially when sleeping. This causes his diaphram to not have enough room to get full breaths. ... (10 replies)
Jun 26, 2006
... I decided to not let her get on a late night schedule and get use to it. I have a nephew who wants to stay up until 12 night or 1. I do not want that with my DD. So i decided at an early age she was going to get use to going to be at a early time. ... (9 replies)
CIO questions
Mar 18, 2008
... He still has nights where he needs mommy for one reason or another. I was actually just telling my sister today that we've been having a rough past week. ... (16 replies)
... it gets better, even though it will get worse too. Liam is now 14 months old and has slept really well for about 4 monhts. He is going through a bit of a blip because he is either teething or going through a growth spurt or both. ... (9 replies)
... Waking every two hours to eat is perfectly normal for a 1 week old baby and should continue for longer. My son woke every two hours and more until he was 6 months old. There is really no way to explain to a preg. ... (7 replies)
... dark like at night time, so I bought pull down shades for her window that block out all light so it could be bright and sunny outside but to her it was dark like night time, so time to sleep. It helped alot, it even helped her sleep in later during the day... ... (466 replies)
Sleep deprivation
Sep 21, 2005
... Wow, I'm glad I'm not the only one feeling exhausted. ... (23 replies)
... Kiedy, Logan will NOT go to sleep on his own anymore either. It is always a struggle. I sit with him in the rocker and sing and rock, and he cries and cries and struggles. The whole time he is yawning and rubbing his eyes, but he'll fight it to the last second. ... (132 replies)

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