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    Happiest Baby on the Block

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    Calmed him down!!! Amazing!!!!!! Thanks to everyone who recommended it.

    I swaddled him put him against me on his side and rocked him side to side shhhing in his ear really loud. It took less than 2 minutes.

    Just one problem, he is sleeping now. Its only 9 AM. What if he sleeps too much during the day so he is up all night?

    Next fit, how can I do this without him falling asleep? He usually catnaps on and off all day with one big nap around 2 in the afternoon. This is not good that he is still sleeping now
  2. Gained a child but lost my sanity!
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    http://www.babycenter.com/0_how-much...d-need_7645.bc

    You sound so much like me a couple months ago I lived on that site.
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    Nevermind, he has risen. As a cranky little man
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    i let my son sleep as much as he wanted and he still had no problem sleeping through the night...but his little naps were really...little. lol. like 20 min. long for each spurt. it sounds like carter may be the same way since he's already awake again! lol.
  5. You Can't Hear The Music Until You Dance
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    Oh man - that DVD and book SAVED me. It's fantastic.
    I'm so glad it helped you out, too!
  6. deployment #2: 1 month down!
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    Maybe he's starting to regulate naps. When Matt was little he slept at all hours and then all of a sudden he started taking two long naps during the day. That was heaven. I finally had time to get every thing done.
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    There is a book that tells you to do that? weird... I just do it naturally... cool that you figured it out though

    For Molly, she rarely switches her days and nights no matter how much she sleeps during the day. She once slept like ALL day save for a couple hours.. and she still slept all night so I don't have advice. I'm just always happen when she takes a nap hahaha

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