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luvsgreen 04-17-2012 11:24 AM

How to get her to fall asleep on her own..
 
My 9month old, she still has two naps a day. She nurses every three hours around the clock. I don't mind that she isn't sttn yet. Totally fine by me. But how do I get her to fall asleep on her own?? Sometimes she'll fall asleep when nursing and I can put her down. Most most of the time it doesn't happen, and takes me an our just to get her to go to sleep. I hate CIO, so i try to rock her a bit, and put her down when she is quiet. But soon she starts the screaming. I try to see if she will stop on her own, not too long, and not to rush in there. But she won't unless I rock her to sleep totally. And even then she is resisting. She has a pretty good schedule that works for her. I am just can't spend that much time getting to go sleep every day. With my first two, I just rocked them less and less and it only took about a week to get them to go to sleep on their own. They both used soothers, and Charlotte doesn't. Any suggestions would be great.TIA

Rdesonia 04-17-2012 11:30 AM

Re: How to get her to fall asleep on her own..
 
My dd is 9 months and I'm in the same boat! I won't do CIO.

kushie tushie 04-17-2012 12:45 PM

DD (9mo) wont go to sleep unless shes nursing either. Every day is a little different and its crazy at my house. She def does not fall asleep on her own and neither did DS.....she wont take bink so thats a transition tool we cant use for her like we did for DS.

Amanda :). Blaming my phone for typos and crap.

FluffyBum 04-17-2012 01:35 PM

Mine is the same way. Try a white noise maker like a fan or humidifier. That worked wonders to help DD stay asleep.

luvsgreen 04-18-2012 01:18 PM

Re: How to get her to fall asleep on her own..
 
anymore suggestions?


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