How do you get your 3 month old almost 4 month old used to there crib without the screaming for over an hour and a half ? Seriously. Also how can you be sure that there teething?

My hubby keeps telling me that I'm a worry bug cuz ill get up in the middle of the night to check on her. She does really goood a few nights then its hell for the rest of the week ....

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JHall
Apr. 25, 2011 at 10:40 PM

Sleeping in the crib lol  with my firts DD is was a nightmare she hated it so what I did while rocking her with a bottle I wated til she was asleep I mean limp asleep then I slowly placed her in her crib.  Usually teething shows up about 4 to 5 months they will start teething and be really fussy chewing drooling all that good mess you can try giving 0.4mls of advil the ones that come with the infant meds it helps with the pain and swelling of the gums.  Also if the poop is yellow or greenish and more on the runny side that is usually a give away they are theething.  With baby #3  I haven't found anything to help with sleeping once she goes down she's out for the night but getting ehr there is the issue  I use to use the boppy it had straps on it so it really helped keeping her in I figured it made her feel like someone is still holding me it worked well but I stopped about a month ago cause she is a bit too old for it 8 months.  I hope you find something that works for you I know how you feel  fighting a tired baby and they just fight you that much harder.  Good luck momma

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Kayle...
May. 2, 2011 at 1:50 PM Thanks. Ya she's teething . My daughters almost 4 months old but she is growing at a rapid pace. In the day I take her for walks so she naps in her stroller. Shell sleep in.her crib as long as.she knows you are in the other room if she don't she will wake up. Lately she's been sleeping her swing pretty good from 11pm til 8am which is pretty good for me

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