She is 6 month and nursing so she still wake up every 2 -3 hour in the night and day.Answer Question
Answer by myboogiewoogie at 9:21 PM on Oct. 11, 2008
Answer by momonetime at 9:24 PM on Oct. 11, 2008
I moved them (twins) from right next to our bed-to a crib right next to my side of the bed. Now that they are 6 months old, each is in their own crib--on my side of the bed--against the wall. They are still in our room--but in their own bed. Next step (when I can take it) Is into the next room, which will be their room for a while. After that? We need to build more rooms. We are still--a happy little group!
Answer by badvsewingrrl at 9:39 PM on Oct. 11, 2008
Answer by lnmauldin7 at 10:05 PM on Oct. 11, 2008
first thing to remember is this will take about 2 weeks (if not more) so you have to persistent and understand it may be tiring but if you stick to it 100% and not give up you WILL have great results. I agree with momonetime and start with nap times. During the day she may wake up right away and cry for you. She'll most likely be unsure of where she's waking up and wants her mommy. That's ok, but if it's only 30 min, try to rock her back to sleep. Play a nice soothing CD in the background (lullabys or ocean sounds) and start it before you lay her down-during your routine. iF you have a repeat that might be nice because after a few days of quick wake ups she may recognize that music and feel comforted and might not need mommy to pick her up and she'll go back to sleep...but again, this may take a couple of weeks! Eventually youâ€™ll be able to just do one rotation. Good luck!! and stick to it! IT WILL HAPPEN
Answer by marinewifenmama at 2:20 PM on Oct. 12, 2008
Answer by Anonymous at 9:56 PM on Oct. 13, 2008
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