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She definitely seems to be feeling better even though we haven't seen a new tooth pop out -- we totally thought it was teething but maybe she's just going through a fussy phase.
The sleep is still a bit whack. She's slept through the night the last few nights, which is awesome, but she's been really hard to get to bed. She cried for an hour last night before she finally fell asleep. We're going to start doing the Ferber method again and see if giving her a little more structure and consistency helps her relax -- it's clear that she's crying because she's upset (not in pain or hungry). She just doesn't want to go to bed even though she's rubbing her eyes and yawning.
We go through the exact same thing at nap time. It is so clear that Jacob is ready for a nap and he will even drift off while I am nursing him, but the second I lay him down he starts to scream and cry. He has the hardest time napping unless we are in the car and the car has magical powers that instantly put him to sleep.
glad she is back to sleeping through the night. Hopefully in a few days she will be back to going to bed easy.
Glad she is feeling better. I know Jacob showed signs of a new tooth several weeks before it popped through so maybe the new tooth will pop through someday soon.
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