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Alex out of my room and she has been doing so much better she only woke once from 7:30 to 4am and then two times after that untill we woke but still a huge improvement and she slept later. We also got rid of our infant carrier and man my back already feels better.
And another small update the allergy medicine she is on has done wonders for her skin it looks awful stillbut it is actually healing not looking foward to taking her off it 10 days before we wed the allergist in june
That's great that the move helped her sleep. It is so hard to know which one is better for them (and you!)
And i am glad her skin is better. I bet she feels better too. Hopefully the allergist with have some answers so you can make changes that she needs. How hard it would be to have a kid with tons of allergies!
Thanks not perfect but we make it work I set up a bed in her room so after I go in for the one am feeding I crash inthere and she still ends up with me after the 4:30am feeding but if the sleeping better trend continues I might have the energy to work on that and get her in her bed all night
and I wouldn't have moved her yet but dh and I were waking her up when we went to bed which was a big sign she needed her own space we also found a swaddle blanket that can contain her and she cant get out of yet with out it she tries to itch herself in her sleep and it wakes her up lol silly girl