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How do you know if sleep training.... eKnuckles Due February 13; Florida 3471 posts
10th Jan '13

How do you know if 'sleep training' is hurting your child rather than helping??
I have been so hesitant about this. My dd is 15 months old and still nurses all night. We have co-slept until now. Two nights ago I put her in her own room (which she naps in). The first night she cried a little bit- IF i was there. If i was gone she sniffle and falls asleep! So last night I left the room and she didnt cry at all (well maybe for a minute but more like whining) and i heard some sniffles and yawns and she fell asleep. Each morning she wakes up so happy to see me and plays normally all day.



So does anyone know the SIGNS that a person should not be doing this?

Addi's Momma Due January 23 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Florissant, Missouri 5472 posts
status 10th Jan '13

She sounds like she is doing great.

Jillian Lindsey 2 kids; Mosheim, Tennessee 2354 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting eKnuckles:</b>" How do you know if 'sleep training' is hurting your child rather than helping?? I have been so hesitant ... [snip!] ... wakes up so happy to see me and plays normally all day. So does anyone know the SIGNS that a person should not be doing this?"</blockquote>




Shes doing good keep it up its not hurtinf her

eKnuckles Due February 13; Florida 3471 posts
10th Jan '13

Ahh ok thanks mamas!! I think its harder on me than it is on her!! I already miss her snuggles at night, but we still get it in the AM so thats great.

Jillian Lindsey 2 kids; Mosheim, Tennessee 2354 posts
10th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting eKnuckles:</b>" How do you know if 'sleep training' is hurting your child rather than helping?? I have been so hesitant ... [snip!] ... wakes up so happy to see me and plays normally all day. So does anyone know the SIGNS that a person should not be doing this?"</blockquote>




Shes doing good keep it up its not hurtinf her