DD wakes up usually once per night now. Thus far I've been too lazy to do it but looks like I will need to at some point. Was going to nightwean my son (now 7) when he was about 2-2.5yo but he started sleeping through the night and I didn't have to.
When she wakes up at night I either take her to the bathroom or sometimes she has a wet dipe (she is EC'd). Then nurse and go back to sleep. She nurses to sleep at bedtime, except when I am working then she is fine without me.
What has worked for you?
Also during the day she gets VERY demanding about it. I do limit time and switching sides especially if we are under a time constraint. She also nurses for naptime but that is OK with me so far.
DS 2006 DiaperFreeBaby March 2010, DD 2011
Mother of two spectacular girls, born mid-2010 and late 2012
So anyway my child is half the age of yours but would your husband be willing to get up with her on his days off? I think one weekend would be all it would take. Then once he does that for two nights or so try waiting when she wakes to see if she goes back to sleep or try rocking her back to sleep yourself. (If she's still waking) sorry I don't have the answers!
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