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Charlotte is the easiest baby every. Sometimes she'll fall asleep while nursing or being rocked. Other times she'll yell at you, so I will lay her down and she'll just fall asleep. This has NEVER EVER happened with any of the other kids- so it's just amazing to me that there really are babies like that.
Maxwell. Oh Max. *sigh* This kid is tough to get to sleep. If I can time it right (Which doesn't happen often) he will nurse to sleep. Otherwise I fight him while rocking. It sucks for everyone. He is my only baby to fall asleep any time he gets in the strolller though! I wonder how long that's gonna last....?
It's hit or miss here. Sometimes she gets this burst of energy right at 9pm, which makes it impossible to get her to bed at a reasonable time. She'll spend a couple of hours kicking and flailing before she gets tired again.
Baths really help alot though. If we can get her out of the bath right at 8:30, and have a nice warm bottle right after, she goes right to sleep.
Pretty easy. We're very routine-oriented, so it's always the same and she's been good at learning that. I typically nurse in our bed and move her to her crib in our room when she's done. Sometimes she's asleep, sometimes not, but if not, she grunts and squeaks for a few minutes and then starts drooling. No worries.
My first was a HORRIBLE sleep demon. I'm very grateful for the reprieve!
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