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  1. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>Has anyone had experience with a toddler waking up crying? Not from night terrors, but just from waking up. My son used to always cry/tantrum when <em>going to</em> sleep...lots of drama there. We have worked through some of that and for the most part he can go to sleep without a tantrum...
  2. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>DD is 2 yrs next week and still co-sleeping.  We've been going through a hard phase where she is not only nursing frequently, but crying (only shortly, but long enough to wake up DH), and kicking/moving around a lot.  Its frustrating and tiring for me, but usually i can take a nap with her...
  3. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>Working on weaning my daughter of needing to breast feed to sleep. Trying to Pantley Pull Off method from the no cry sleep solution, but it really hasn't been working.</p> <p> </p> <p>Sometimes, I just have her cry herself to sleep on my shoulder. I am holding her and reassuring her, so she...
  4. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    <p>We just finished night #6 and it's going so well. Ds3 is almost 23 months and we are both apparently ready for night weaning because it's working. I'll admit there were two particularly rough nights, but we are both happy and feeling good. Dh's solution was always to wean completely and get...
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