Quoting Rainbow St.Cloud ttc:“ Its not about making your toddler sleep, it is a antioxidant that promotes restful sleep, not like a ... [snip!] ... to nil babies dying if they do have it. For my piece of mind i think i would do anything safe to prevent SIDS after having MC.”
Quoting Saraneth :“ All I can see is a parent like, >:O "I KNOK U OUT BECAUSE I AM TIRED." Maybe it's that or throw them out a window lol.”lol! or put it in the cupboard with blankets on top because it wont stop screaming.
Quoting Rainbow St.Cloud ttc:“ lol! or put it in the cupboard with blankets on top because it wont stop screaming.”
Quoting Saraneth :“ I was thinking a drawer. At least you can make that bed-like. My pediatrician recommended we put ... [snip!] ... have a crib and we bedshare. He was like, 'line a drawer. Just remember not to close it!' He totally wasn't kidding, either.”lol, i can see how that will work
Quoting Saraneth :“ I was thinking a drawer. At least you can make that bed-like. My pediatrician recommended we put ... [snip!] ... have a crib and we bedshare. He was like, 'line a drawer. Just remember not to close it!' He totally wasn't kidding, either.”
Quoting Bop:“ my husband's aunt did that one time with her grandson when we were down there visiting. Her daughter ... [snip!] ... the bed with them. She said he slept fine and he was small enough that he wasn't rolling around alot or anything to get hurt.”
Quoting Saraneth :“ LOL. That's awesome. And its totally safe as long as they can't get out, lol. The pedi said when they get old enough just take the drawer out and put it on the floor lol.”
Quoting Taiter Tot's Mama [AP]:“ I dont understand that pediatrician at all, since statistically cosleeping results in LESS actual SIDS deaths.”
Quoting Andrea Lea:" thanks. i've tried melatonin myself when i had issues slleping and it didn't do anything for me but i ... [snip!] ... to my daughter to i might try it and if it's helpful that great and if not then i'll deal with her screaming at night i suppose"Melatonin comes in liquid form. My Grandfather is a certified Healthcare specialist and sells it like this. I love it and YES children 2+ (with no early birth issues ex preemie's, health issues etc) can take it in super small doses. YES everyone reacts different to it so try 1ml first but no more than 3ml till you know how you or your child responds to it. No its not likely to become habit forming if you take it correctly. Take it for up to 3 days consec. and then not for 3-7 days. Its a great all natural product similiar to healthy foods that you eat and everyone's body will react differently...some not at all. I like it because it causes no drowsiness.