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#61 of 68 Old 06-14-2014, 10:02 AM
 
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Dot to dot, I'm a mom of six...this isn't my first rodeo, but this is my first restless baby they nothing helps. I've tried everything you did, and then some...craniosacral, chiro, essential oils, sounds machines, grounding mat, Camilia, hylands, every positioner, wrap, swing, swaddle and sling you can buy...nothing helps for more than a night. He's almost a year..please pm me. Thanks in advance!!
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Help. Our daughter just turned 4 months old and is the exact same way. It started 2 weeks ago. Any advice would help greatly! Please message me! I
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Help our daughter just turned 4 months old and is the exact same way. Please message me!
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Dot to dot can you help me as well. I have a 7 mo old with similar issues and I am in desperate need of sleep as is he.
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Just PM'd you.    My kids are both in bed and quietly drifting off to sleep and it's 6:30 pm.  I definitely would be happy to share how I did it.
Hi dot to dot please can you share how you did, my baba is 3 months old and is waking at 2 am every half an hour.
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Dot to Dot,

Can you help me too? My 4 month old is having the same troubles as the other babies I've been reading about in this thread. Up until this point, I've felt like a capable, patient mother, but the less sleep I get and the more I try and fail to help my little boy fall asleep and stay that way, the more disheartened I get. We've "only" been having trouble for just over 2 weeks now, but it's felt like an eternity and I can't imagine this dragging on for weeks longer!
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Dot to Dot,


can you help me out too? we are going thru a similar situation and tried countless amounts of swaddles, sleepers, positions etc etc to no avail. could definitely use some advice!!


thank you
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Hello,

I realize your post is several years old but I am just curious if you found anything that worked or if you had to wait for your baby to outgrow his restlessness? My little one is a little over 4 months and sleeps very restlessly. She kicks and coos (in her sleep) throughout the night. I am kind of at my wits end and not getting much sleep since she sleeps in my room:/ I know she isn't well rested as she is cranky throughout the day. I have considered moving her to her own room but I am not ready yet. A little background, she was diagnosed with reflux at 1 month but the medications never really helped and she seems to be outgrowing it. She is possibly teething but has always slept restlessly. She use to sleep reasonably well when we swaddled her but hates it now and breaks out of it in 2 minutes. What is your child's disposition like now? I worry she will be hyperactive since she is so restless. Any advice would be much appreciated:-) Thanks in advance!
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