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Wide-eyed and frantically searching for tips to get your baby to sleep? You’re not alone.
DD, 11 months is being kicked out tonight Into her own cot,She will have her own duvet and pillow and in some pretty underhand tactics I have purchased an Upsy Daisy bedding set to pursuade her that her own cot is a truely, truely wonderful thing She will scream and scream and scream <sweats>Wish me luck~!
Good luck! I am about to do the same with my 21 month old so think of that if it gets tough. You don't want to be me! Where did you acquire Upsy Daisy cot bedding btw?
I started that yesterday with my DS2 last night (are they really 11m already? I thought yours was born after mine) and it lasted exactly 1 hour and 47 minutes, of which he was awake and screaming for 1 hour. So good luck with that
screaming for 2 hours almost?? I'm having 2nd thoughts!Well I just say 11 months as its her birthday next month.
good luck! remember having to do this with my DS when he had just turned 3, twas a nightmare! don't give up and stick to your guns as it's so worth it in the end though!
Sorry, I wasn't being pedantic, I was just thinking gawd where has the time gone?!Does your DD co sleep the whole night or just part? It's probably easier if just part.
Lol, sorry I sounded a bit rude there! sorryNo she comes to bed with me and stays the whole night,never been in her cot! :S
Its gone too fast shes doing all sorts now
Same here, I think it is going to be a NIGHTMARE getting him to sleep in the cot but I really don't want him in my bed forever like DS1. Does your DD sleep? My DS used to be a fab sleeper but then something happened - teeth I think - and that was it
I did it with dd at 2.3ish. Was dreading it. Was very straightforward. Not a tear, all smiles.So, it may not be that terrible. At 2.3 though she was able to understand what was happening.
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