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... I've been trying to get my baby use to his crib for almost a month now. He is 8 mths. old and I had him in the bassinett for 7 months. ... (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)
... this is a good thing! I'm not complaining in that department! ... (7 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)
... I have to agree. You are going to have to let him fuss. I have a 10 month dd and when go visit my parents she has to sleep in the pack and play and she not use to it so it takes a few nights before she will sleep through the night. He is just use to his bassinett and he feels safe. He might not feel safe in the crib yet. ... (5 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'd tackle one thing at a time. doing both, in my opinion, would be too hard for the baby. i'd say do the crib transition first. once that is smoothed out, then you can tackle weaning. ... (15 replies)
... Does anyone else DREAD getting their 19 month old to bed? ... (3 replies)
... You put them in their own bed and let them cry it out. I know that's tough, but this is one of the reasons I never recommend sleeping with a child to begin with. From the first day they come home from the hospital, they need to be in their own bed when they are sleeping. ... (4 replies)
... My son, who is 18mos now was exactly the same as you explain your daughter to be, even the exact same nap times and how she will only nap in her swing cause my son was the same way........ ... (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)
... are 4 years old or they will not function during the day. This may make them crash at night but it is not good for them and it probabally will not work when they get older. That being said I am going to give you great advice without letting baby cry it out. I do not belive in that. ... (10 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)
... Bare with me! I have a lot to explain before I get to my problem! ... (8 replies)
... You dont seem dense! Being a new mommy is HARD! Plus, thats why we all get on this site...to trade our mommy wisdoms! ... (3 replies)
... g she had too much of DD duty and was feeling overwhelmed. I agree I wasn't doing as much as I could be when I was home, but that was mainly because I was trying to do the chores around the house. ... (15 replies)
... The first thing I did was STOPED taking her to bed with me when she cried ... I thought it was helping me get some much needed rest but it wasn't! I would just lay in bed listening to her squirm! ... (4 replies)
... That really sucks that you cant get any sleep. That is such a hard cycle to break. How long will he go without sleep if you dont hold him. Maybe he will get so pooped he will just crash. I know that is a tough thing to do with a schedule involved though. ... (4 replies)
... of the time. She would literally fall asleep nursing, but she would not let me pull her off. I tried a pacifier and it did not work. Basically she just needed to eat a ton. My let down was good she is just a huge eater. Even now, she is 9 months old, and is slim but eats more than any baby I have ever seen. ... (8 replies)
... when he finally got the whole potty thing down. He's now 4 and still wears pull up's to bed. He never has accidents during the day, but always wets his bed at nightime. ... (6 replies)




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