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ds is not 17 mo's and 30 olbs. I'm getting kicked, hit, and the like all night long. He's sleeping great, but I'm not sleeping. In addition, ds must be holding on to my ear all night long in order to sleep. This means that when he turns, tosses, etc., so does my poor ear. Help mama's I'm feelingover touched.<br>
love,<br>
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my ds is 27 mos and although small, much the same as your ds. He wakens from dreams crying and he also cannot sleep unless he's got a hand on the nummy. This means I only sleep on one side and my arm is always falling asleep. How does he know when he is sound asleep, that I have rolled over?<br><br>
sorry no advice, just commiserating..
 

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I have a 14 mo old who likes to sleep w/ her feet in my face and her head towards DH (lucky me). She is getting longer and it is becoming a problem. Since we have a king side bed, DH and I have changes position on the bed to whatever position she is sleeping. Our only resolution to this problem is to get another a queen size bed to connect w/ this bed (the mattresses rest on the ground) and have DH sleep on the crack. We have #2 due in Jan and, well, we have to make room<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
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