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Re: help with dropping night feed/ wakening
« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2006, 18:11:23 pm »
Well Jessica, it seems I spoke too soon  :-X

The last 2 nights have been hell!! I think it is now 4 or 5 times a night, last night she woke at 10pm and I used PU/PD and she settled after 20 mins. I am so tired. I have given some calpol before bed tonight so fingers crossed!  I think it is her teeth wakening her up and then she is looking for the bottle to settle her again, either that or it is developmental?? She has started rolling and is fairly mobile so maybe it is that?

I was at my wits end this morning and had a bit of a   :'(  so i feel much better now!
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Re: help with dropping night feed/ wakening
« Reply #16 on: September 28, 2006, 18:27:48 pm »
I think it's really important to have a  :'( once and a while. It really relieves the tension! Besides, they get to do it so why shouldn't we??  ;D

That rolling is brutal on sleeping, I'm sorry to say. Sounds like she's starting down that developmental road! Just make sure that she has tons of time to practice during the day and that will help.
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Re: help with dropping night feed/ wakening
« Reply #17 on: September 28, 2006, 18:58:08 pm »
Come to think of it, i was out yesterday and she spent a lot of time in her buggy, maybe she wasn't having enough physical play yesterday?

Well she hasn't stopped all day today so maybe she will be a little better

Thankyou so much, I was crying to my mum this morning and she said, is their no one on your website to help? LOL I  thought it was so sweet of her, and I told her that you guys were already on the case!

Thanks again

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Re: help with dropping night feed/ wakening
« Reply #18 on: September 28, 2006, 18:59:31 pm »
LOL - don't you love it when other people know how much we rely on this place!

But yeah, just make sure that she gets all the practice time she wants during that day and that should help with nights.
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Re: help with dropping night feed/ wakening
« Reply #19 on: September 28, 2006, 19:40:34 pm »
LOL they all know, even my son !! he always rolls his eyes and says "mums on the baby whisperer again!"

I just gave the first book to my pregnant cousin and wrote the website address in the first page, hopfully we will soon have a new recruit!!

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