My LO does this too. Must be normal. I just wear it in a ponytail all the time and give a firm no to tugging and pulling. It can be hard to see LO upset but that hurts. I don't know what else to do.View Thread
Hi! I had the same issue with my son until he was 12 months. He was always a terrible sleeper. Needing to be rocked waking several times a night. In the end what I did was sleep across the hall from him in our guest room. He could see that I was there and it helped a lot. When he would wake I would lay him down and rub his back or rock him until he fell back asleep. Sometimes he would wake and look for me then go back to sleep. Eventually he slept longer and longer stretches until he slept through the night. The process took about 3-4 weeks but was well worth it. Before then I was getting a maximum of four hours of sleep a night and sleeping on the couch so I didn't wake daddy. Now He goes down by himself and will not let me rock him. It's a miracle! I don't know if this will work for you but it sounds like kind of the same problem. Worth a try!View Thread
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