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Transitioning Co-Sleeper to Crib...DESPERATE!!

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August 15th, 2014, 09:22 AM
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Our LO is going to be 1 on September 9th. We have been co-sleeping with her since she was born.
I cuddle and feed her a bottle when it's bedtime and pat her butt until she falls asleep. I then move her to the crib once she is asleep. The first time she wakes in the middle of the night, she comes to the bed. I love co-sleeping but I feel like she wakes up 5 or 6 times a night and it is because she wants to be fed again and again.
We have tried the CIO method, but she will throw up if she is left to cry longer than ten minutes. I have read about the Lady Sleep Shuffle, BUT, once my LO pukes after crying, she immediately wants another bottle.
Anyone have experience with this? Should we just change the puke clothes and feed her a bottle lying in her crib?
We need HELP! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!
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