First time mom here...I have an almost 10 month old who wouldnt sleep in her crib a couple months ago so she has been sleeping with us off and on, mostly on so that she would sleep through the night. Now she is up all hours of the night,rolling around, crawling whining and whimpering, mostly wanting to be comorted back to sleep. This is driving me crazy. I usually have been getting the last 4 hours of sleep when she sleeps the best. with not getting regular sleep I am at my wits end and am resenting her. I love her sooo much and I hate these feelings I have when I am not sleeping. I feel like I made the big mistake of having her in bed with us to begin with. How do I correct this. Is there any correcting it? When I put her in her crib asleep she sleeps about an hour and wakes up and if she doesnt go back to sleep she ends up screaming until one of us gets her. her crib has been in our room all along. Help if there is any out there.View Thread
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