AHHHHHHHHHHH ladies I NEED some advice!! My 14 month old used to be a great sleeper, granted, only if I held him, he would not go in his cot but co-sleeping worked for us both.However, since he turned 1, he began to sleep in his cot happily, until about 6.30am, at which point he'd cry so I'd take him into my bed and he'd sleep for another 2 hours. This arrangement also suited us perfectly. BUT recently, say for the past 2 months, night time has been hell. He basically wriggles so much he wakes himself up constantly, in his cot everytime he rolls onto his tummy he sub-consciously draws his knees up and gets on all 4s, waking himself up! I get him back to sleep but then he does it again, it's like an automatic response everytime he rolls onto his stomach. So I have started taking him into my bed again, where he rolls all over the place, very very quickly. It's like he just cannot relax and get comfortable and despite being tireds he can't stop rolling around. I'm at my wits end!! Constantly exhausted, I'm anemic, a single mum and am going back to uni in a few weeks, I'm not sure how I'll cope if George keeps this up! If anyone has ANY advice please reply!!
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