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Old 10-10-2020, 08:56 AM   #4
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Default Re: Conversations about sleep training

I think I'd apologize and explain why I was triggered.

I'm so sorry. Sleep is so important. I hope you find the perfect balance between sleep needs and dietary needs. Babies double weight in first six months. Teething sometimes alters sleep. As a Titus 2 mom, I want you to know I'm available if you need support when things inevitably come up.

Young House Love blogger story. First kid slept 12 hours from birth and nusred every two hours in day. 2nd kid was normal.

I wanted to honor sleep needs with my 3rd, and she did sleep better. First all night was 5 months. I agree that 3 months is likely too quickly for most, but some do.

But here's the thing, you were there, and you know if the Holy Spirit was prompting you. He knows way more than I do! So my advice could be totally off for the situation.
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