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There used to be a great web-site with tips on talking to a child who is sleeping.
I can't find it anywhere now (forgotten the name/address) and searches for 'Talking to a sleeping child' or 'How to talk to a child who is asleep' give me just about everything but what I'm looking for.

Both my husband and I talk to the children while they are asleep, but I want to bookmark that page and pass it along as well, so if anyone knows it, or one like it--please post it or email it to me!

Thanks very much,
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I can see myself now..."DD I am so proud of you for actually sleeping! Mommy really needs a b reak from nursing all night long for 17 months. Thank y-" Ooops, she's awake again, guess it didn't 'take' yet!:
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I can see myself now..."DD I am so proud of you for actually sleeping! Mommy really needs a b reak from nursing all night long for 17 months. Thank y-" Ooops, she's awake again, guess it didn't 'take' yet!:
This sounds like me! I'd be afraid that dd would wake up just because I had suggested to her that she hadn't nursed in a couple of minutes. "Oh, yeah, mom, thanks for reminding me!"

I do some talking to my dd, especially since she inherited my mom's sleeptalking habit
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