This is a method where you let the baby cry in increments, and then go and comfort them. My 3mo old is crying a night time when it is bedtime and now he is crying and won't go down for naps either. I don't know what to do, he is clearly tired but won't settle down.
Well this method sounds a lot like CIO which I wouldn't start until much older. My DD did CIO at 10 months. It took 15 minutes two nights then she was sleeping through the night. My son on the other hand is only 3 months so I won't do that yet. When he is too tired and just cries I just keep walking him, trying to feed him, rock him, whatever needs done to where he gives in and sleeps.
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I personally think 3 months is WAY too young to make them do any sort of crying method of sleep training....or whatever you wanna call it.
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