Sleep Training Does Not Equal Crying It Out part 2

He slept up until I woke him up to eat at midnight, but really, he didn’t even wake up for it. I Woke up at 4 am with him in my bed and put him back in his box, then we all woke up at 7. It was the first morning in a week that I haven’t woken up with a headache and wanting to just go back to bed. It’s 8 now and he just fell asleep in his “downstairs crib” which, like his bed upstairs, consists of a plastic box with blankets in it. There was minimal complaining on his part. I am so happy. And the best part is that somehow, when he is in the box, the girls know they need to be quiet. There have been nothing but whispers this morning. So peaceful. Thank you “Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child”.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Megan B says:

    May you have many long and peaceful nights ahead of you….but don’t count your chickens :)

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  2. Rose says:

    I love his box!!! Did you use that for your daughters too? It takes up a lot less space than a pack and play–I have four of them and goodness I can not wait until I do not need them anymore. Rose

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