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... she is 5 months now and wont sleep flat in little cradle or her own room in crib? ... (3 replies)
... A firm NO is okay for minor things, but in a situation where she is placing herself and your baby in danger, more than just NO is needed. ... (7 replies)
... First I do not think it was a bad habit to have your baby sleep with you. It was a wonderful experience for both of you. Now you are ready to have your baby sleep in her crib. You have to do this slowly. You would not throw your baby in the pool and say sink or swim. ... (2 replies)

... I can definitely relate to this problem. My now 6 year old daughter used to do the same thing when her brother was born 2 years ago. She loved getting in the crib and "playing" with the baby. They weren't sleeping in the same room so it wasn't that big of a deal, we could basically just separate the two of them. ... (7 replies)
... and having the baby sleep in there, because it feels a bit more enclosed than the huge crib. ... (3 replies)
My baby girl
Mar 20, 2006
... Like magic said, take turns in the night getting the baby. Pump milk if you're nursing so that your hubby can help with some feedings and you can get much needed sleep. We would take 4 hour shifts at night. ... (5 replies)
... ng less with her, so she could learn how to entertain herself! i also gave up on the idea of hard core potty training, or taking her binky away, until after the baby was born and weaned from nursing... because most kids will regress in those areas after a new baby comes and disrupts their happy little lives! ... (5 replies)
... I would start her in her own room in her own crib. If you start her in her parents bed you are only going to have more problems. ... (3 replies)
... I honestly can't remember when my children went into their "big beds". I remember that I was waiting until they started to climb out of the crib but they never did. ... (5 replies)
... My brother and his wife had a problem wtih their baby sleeping in the crib. The only way they could get her to sleep was if she slept in their bed with them. The doctor suggested that they take a tshirt that the baby's mom had worn all day and to put that in the crib. ... (5 replies)
... My baby is almost 5 mths. now and is getting to big for his bassinett. I really don't want to put him in his room yet because his room is on the other end of the house and I just really don't like the idea right now. ... (4 replies)
... may not be very helpful to you. I started to put up 2 cribs but decided to move my oldest daughter to a toddler bed instead. I had some trouble with her staying in her room and would often find her asleep on the floor in the nursery!! It was sad to see her sleeping on the floor beside her new baby sister's crib! ... (10 replies)
... Austin does the same thing. I took the bumpers out of his crib when he was about 10 months because I thought he didn't need them. ... (2 replies)
... My baby when in his crib hits his little head on the rails. I don't like this. He is 7 mths. old and very active so the bumper pads really do not do any good. ... (2 replies)
... Unfortunately, it's going to take longer than 20 minutes of crying. You have to let him fall asleep on his own. That is the most important thing with getting a baby to sleep all night in his crib. All babies, and even adults for that matter, wake up periodically during the night. ... (5 replies)
3 yr old troubles
May 30, 2005
... The thing with the "prize" or "candy" after peeing is your child will ALWAYS have to go and you will spend half you day in the bathroom and they will not go. So the treats did not work like I thought they would. ... (9 replies)
Sleeping Baby
Oct 30, 2003
... Hi Everybody! I had my first baby Sept 23, I am having a hard time getting him to sleep in his crib. ... (4 replies)
... Gillian, I agree that you should not let a baby "cry it out" so to speak, but a little fussing is not going to hurt a baby as long as they know you are there. And I agree that you should be there until your baby falls asleep, rubbing their back, shhhhing them, etc... ... (5 replies)
... egg argument... she couldn't do any of the bigger chores because I wasn't offering to take of the baby while she did, and I wasn't offering to take more care of the baby because I was trying to get chores done. ... (15 replies)
3 yr old troubles
May 22, 2005
... so after they are gone..nothing but big girl undies until bedtime. I pray that after a few days she will catch on. The thing is that when she does pee or poo in her pull up, she could care less. She could go all day wet. I hope this works. ... (9 replies)




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