PREFACE!!! I AM NOT ASKING FOR YOUR OPINION ON ALLOWING OR NOT ALLOWING MY SON TO CRY IT OUT. ITS WHAT WORKS FOR US AND I DO NOT WANT AN ARGUMENT OVER IT. THANKS!
I haven't lived in an apartment since I had my son and I have been letting him cry it out at night in order for him to learn to not only self sooth but to fall asleep on his own. So far, its working.
But I know that it may take a few more weeks for him to fully grasp it. I know that my neighbor is going to hear at least some of it...
How can I go about it the respectful way? She has kids of her own so maybe she will understand. Has anyone else dealt with this?
I can pretty well guarantee with the majority of apartments you will definitely be able to hear a baby's cries especially that horrible CIO cry. You know the one where they are crying for their life. Respect your neighbors, baby, and every motherly bone in your body and don't subject anyone to CIO. As the CPS worker stated. It is not a good idea if just for the basic guarantee of a CPS call from one or more of your new neighbors. Good Luck and give the No Cry Sleep Solution a try.
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