bit sad

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  1. Christine33

    Christine33 Well-Known Member

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    pointless thread really

    tonight was the first night Ali fell asleep not in my arms but on his own in his moses basket. he just kicked around for awhile. i kept waiting for him to cry so i could pick him up and let him fall asleep in my arms but he never. he fell asleep by himself and is fast asleep now.....

    just feel a bit sad that he didn't need me.....

    Christine
    XXX
     
  2. Ratty

    Ratty Well-Known Member

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    I know the feeling. For me its even worse sometimes. He gets miserable when he is tired so I try hold him and rock him to sleep and it just doesn't work and he gets more upset. I then lay him in his camp cot and within a minute he goes to sleep. So not only does he not need me, he doesn't want me :-(

    We should be happy they can fall asleep on their own!!!
     
  3. clairebear

    clairebear Mummy to 2 handsome boys.

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    ah hun :hugs: i know the feeling jack doesnt need me atnight any more to sleep either x x
     
  4. isil

    isil Well-Known Member

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    it's a shock isn't it! I can remember having a really awful night with Ally once and I put him down out of sheer frustration and within 20 seconds he was asleep. He'll still need you for other things :hugs: and he might still need you to go to sleep sometimes.
     
  5. Carolyn

    Carolyn Well-Known Member

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    have your bbies always slept like this?
     

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