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Postby babyhelstrup » Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:43 am

I am blaiming the time change. Seems ever since my LO has had a really hard time sleeping. Hard to put to bed, wakes up often and wakes up screaming!!!! Have brought her in our bed that last couple nights bc I am just too ttied (and hubby is sick and needs sleep and cant stand to let me have her cry). Last night I let her just cry to sleep hoping to break the habit but that did nto work.. abt 1.5 hrs later she was up.. I just brought her in bed and she slept perfect. I dont want her in our bed and this to become a habit... ugh.. Any one else having a hard time w/the time change??? I 've tried putting her to bed earlier so it is more like her normal time but then she fights it also.. She is not sick, cant see any teeth coming in.... Sleep regression at almost 2??
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Postby meg1492 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:10 pm

it could be the molars. they are a b!tch.
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Postby babyhelstrup » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:26 pm

very true. I guess they come abt 2. She is 22m but has always gotten her teeth early.... maybe I will give her some teething tabs at bed and see if that helps.
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Postby BeccaM » Wed Nov 16, 2011 5:37 am

I think my LO is working on molars and eye teeth, too. He has always gotten his teeth super early, and has 8 already since 9 mos old! Anyway, he was up last night countless times, screaming, poor guy (and poor me and dh :?). I know he CAN sleep well. He went 10 hours straight the other night. He's so erratic right now.
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Postby NotBarbaraBush » Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:17 am

Our sleep is pretty awkward over here too. For us it's due to time change and the fact that I think it won't be much longer before she gives up her nap completely.
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Postby babyhelstrup » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:49 am

NotBarbaraBush wrote: the fact that I think it won't be much longer before she gives up her nap completely.


OMG scarry.... I rely on he 1 nap to get my mind back on track... I give SAHM sooo much credit... I am wiht her FT 3 days and loose my mind and really just dont know how to entertain her all the time (dont want to have the TV be a sitter)


She did slept GREAT last night.. Did had a GREAT day PTing so she got to take home the class "pet" Petie (stuffed cat). She loved that thing , baby was pushed aside and totally forgotten. If Petie is helping sleep i am going to go out today and find one!!!!! LOL
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