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  1. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>DH is increasingly becoming a fan of the CIO method. Sometimes when I leave him to watch DD while I'm showering/making dinner etc. I hear her screaming and find her in the pack n play while he is on his tablet playing a game. I then pick her up and hand her back to him to continue what i was...
  2. Learning at School
    My younger daughter's preschool gave me an info pack, and in it is a note about how some kids cry when they're dropped off at preschool, even for a few weeks every morning. They said not to worry about it or stay because of it. I don't know how I'd feel about that if my child cried when I...
  3. Life With a Baby
    <p>I'm asking this mostly out of curiosity as my baby seems past the inexplicable crying and what's done is done there.</p> <p> </p> <p>So, question:</p> <p> </p> <p>I had always been told that, if a baby is crying and crying and you find yourself overwhelmed to place baby in a safe place and...
  4. Life With a Baby
    This is a complicated question so consider these before answering:<br><br> One part is CIO (crying it out), which is crying out of arms when a parent could intervene and pick the baby up. Is that ever OK?<br><br> But what about crying in arms? Is it OK to let a baby cry when the baby is held by...
  5. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>I am a very gentle mommy and do not believe it CIO at all, just want to start by saying that.</p> <p>I have a 13 month old son, who has been very difficult to get to bed at night (latley). He gets overtired it seems. This is what has been happening...I watch for his tired cues and then I...
  6. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>Hello.I have a 9 month old DD that has never been a great sleeper.Anyways she just went to her 9 month check up and her dr.says that i should really start sleep training her now or things are only going to get harder.During the day she naps in her car seat carrier(long story)i rock her a bit...
  7. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>My son is 3. He has never been a good sleeper. I will be honest with you here. We have tried to get him into a bedtime routine since he was a baby, but he has never gotten the sleeping aspect of the routine. Whether we put him to bed at 6 or 7 or 8 or 9, he does not fall asleep until about...
  8. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    I know there have been some great articles posted about the dangers of CIO, ne was written from the baby's perspective. I'd love to pass these onto some people I think might benefit from reading them. Can anyone help out? Thanks!
  9. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>So, my husband mentioned to me last night that lately it's been hard for him at work sometimes, because he has a couple of coworkers whose babies (younger than our 10-month-old) already "sleep through the night." So if he says something about how we had a rough night with our daughter...
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