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I used to be able to put our little one in his crib after I nursed him, but now I can't at all!! It's awful. I like to co-sleep with him and cuddle part of the time, but I felt so much better when he slept in his own bed part of the night. He used to sleep a 3-4 hour stretch at the beginning of the night. Now it's one hour or less and he nurses on and off ALL night. I seriously can't even get up to go to the bathroom without rushing back so he won't fall off the bed because HE WAKES UP!!!!!!!!!! I'm going INSANE. While I was typing this he fell asleep nursing so I went to lay him down as carefully as I could and of course he woke up. So I patted him and he seemed to be falling asleep. He fell asleep with his eyes opened lol. But as soon I moved he was wide awake. Help somebody! He's 13 1/2 months. My ffirst one slept very deeply and I didn't expect it to be that easy again but this is rediculous. Any ideas, book suggestions etc welcome. Thanks!!


Married to wonderful DH 10 yrs DS 9yrs self-weaned @ 3 1/2 yrs  TTC 3 yrs got preg 4 months after HSG with DS 4yrs self-weaned at 3 1/2 yrs  Hope to have more little ones but have secondary infertility issues so we'll just have to see what the future brings Enjoying homeschooling and farming
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