Re: LAM was: Re: [SCA-Garb] Re: Nursing Garb?? a bit OT
- View SourceI'll go along with that! I have one who has had night terros since she was
about 4 months old. After the third time I just about dropped her rocking
her back to sleep I said to heck with it and took her back into bed with me.
So much easier and she got back to sleep faster too.
Catherine of Dubh Ard, Lionsdale, An Tir
(Cathi in Chilliwack BC
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Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2001 4:07 PM
Subject: Re: LAM was: Re: [SCA-Garb] Re: Nursing Garb?? a bit OT
> I slept with the baby in bed with me---it was so much easier to have
> him right there so I didn't have to get out of bed <large snip>
I did/do this, too. I actually started out this way because I was
working full time & a single parent when my oldest was born. I couldn't
afford to lose sleep getting up in the middle of the night to nurse, so
I brought Roman to my bed and slept through his feedings. Eva is 19
months and teething right now. I have to say, I really am glad I can
comfort her at 4 am without stumbling out of bed! =)
Ulrike, Roman (3/24/98) & Evalina (3/11/00)
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