Re: Nursing to sleep and everytime DS wakes, Cosleeping and
omg, THIS is why i haven't done anything about all-night-nursing yet - the holding her and refusing nursing for a MONTH just sounds so much more exhausting to me than rolling over and nursing! when i get super frustrated with DS i remember what the alternative is and, so far, keep deciding to keep night-nursing & cosleeping.
Originally Posted by @llli*vtntchma
but to the OP - 14 months is also prime time for starting molars. it was a rough month around here, even without me being pregnant, so i hear your pain. but if your baby's getting molars, HE is in pain too. i found that this is right around the time when DS started sleeping a lot better (after molars) - able to just be shushed back to sleep sometimes, going much longer between nursings at night, etc.
i'd also say, things are going to change SO MUCH in the next 6 months. you say that you can't keep this up when the new baby comes - but at that point your older will be 20 months old and in a whole different world as far as nighttime. so i'd advise, don't change things now because you don't think they're sustainable in 6 months. change them now if they're not sustainable NOW. then continually reevaluate.
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