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Our son began having a hard time with naps at that time too. Most behavioral issues for children can also be traced back to sleep habits, and usually they are a result of not having enough sleep. What we found through reading and experimentation is that a few more things were happening than just a rough nap time: Separation Anxiety. Leading up to the 18 ...


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I use the ¨white noise¨ technique when there are outbursts of unstoppable crying from my 3 months old. Just a few seconds of any white noise sound from my cellphone (there are applications with lots of sounds available) helps to calm the baby.


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From what I've found, the only time a kid will carry on that long is because there could be a prospect of a reward at the end of it. Have you ever given in after a long tantrum like that? If so, even once, that is inadvertently teaching him that the tantrum is how you get what you want.


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I'm just throwing this out there. My daughter is 5 almost 6 gets in my bed every night. She slept with me from newborn till a little after one. She is a picky little turkey but for now I just deal. However my son who is 11 months sleeps in his crib ( and has from the start). When he wakes at night, if he does I get up check binkie and still will make him a ...



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