My 9 month old daughter up until a week ago slept great in her crib all night. Last week she came down with coxsackie virus (mouth only), thus, she needed constant TLC and would only sleep while being held. Well, she is now better...though...my wife and I can't seem to get her to sleep in her crib again. We attempt to let her cry it out, but she gets so upset she throws up if we don't pick her up. We have tried sitting next to the crib until she eventually lies down, but that is not working either. My only other idea is to move her crib into our bedroom for a week or so to see if that helps.
Please help a Mom and Dad who need a break!!!!! ThanksView Thread
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