Four month sleep regression??? More like two month . . .
Ok so Tessa is 2 months now and bedtime is going down hill fast, I'm trying to introduce a routine 20.30 bath, feed and story.
Then I used to cuddle her to sleep and hubs would put her in her basket, she would sleep till about 02.30 - 3am, when she'll come in with me.
Now she wont let us put her in her basket or crib at all, ping her eyes come open the minute we lay her down, my OH wants to just let her CIO and learn to settle herself, I love the idea of this but was crying myself last night listening to her and she ended up in with me all night.
I know what she wants, to sleep with me, and my OH said that I sub-conciously want it too, and that I like "being the most important person in her life" (this hurt my feelings) but I don't know how to please them both, any ideas????
I try to have my lo in bed between 7pm -8pm. He wakes around 7am, with one feed sometime between 3 and 5am. Daytime nap times I work towards are 8.30/9-11am, 1-3pm and a 4-5pm snooze in his swing if he wants to. This is following the Tizzie Hall Save our Sleep book loosely... I found it helpful, but don't follow it exactly I tend to demand feed and my lo tends to have a feed every few hours through the day.
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