My son is a little over 10 months old and just started sleeping overnight a few days ago. This is because we bought a play yard to corral him from getting into everything in the daytime and he fell asleep around 10 pm and slept all night. He has done this for the last three nights. He has a crib that right now is in our room because we are helping someone out but he screams himself to sleep unless I rock him to sleep and then he just screams when I go to lay him down until he falls back asleep. He wakes up multiple times throughout the night and we eventually had to put him in our bed so we could get a few straight hours of sleep. Now we just put a monitor in the living room and sleep in our room(my husband stayed up the first two nights) and are seeing what happens. I don't know if this is normal or if it is something I should be worrying about. When our roomie moves out should we just stick with what is working and put the superyard in his room for him to sleep on the floor? It just doesn't seem like it would be that comfortable for me!View Thread
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