"I am after advice regarding night weaning. I am following the advice previously suggested in a post, Dr Jay Gorden, changing sleep patterns in the family bed. Our baby girl is 18months, I still feed to sleep and she'll wake on average twice a night. Sometimes she'll wake and settle without feeding others nothing at all will soothe her. Following night 1 of the plan she was awake crying/restless for 3 hours last night and no touch or gentle words, singing could soothe her. We have our first night away planned at end November and I would like her to be more settled but i'm not sure if this method is going to work. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated." 1 hour ago - View -
"Hello there! I need some help from a neutral people. Thank you in advance.
Well my husband and I are going through a 'difficult' period lately. We had a huge argument due to the very different approaches to parenting our 19month DD. I'm am positional on AP and he is not. But after long chat he 'seemed' to understand my reason to don't send DD to nursery and me go work or study (no financially need it for me to work) and be still BF and so on...
Well some weeks after get 'the solution point' I found out that I told me "yes and go ahead" to everything what involves his opinion. That's make me feel horrible because yes, he let me do on my own way but under a fake support.
Then we argued again and after all we have gone through lately I am really considering not to share my life with him anymore. But it's scare me a lot because LO loves him to and he will play his cards to have her custody (he said so) so I am very confused because I could stick together with him to don't even risk to lose my LO but I feel like everyday I'm losing my happiness. And non happy mum it's non happy child either.
To add that the situation gets complicated as I'm from Spain although we live in England but in case of separation I won't live in England anymore as I got my family in Spain.
Sorry long post I hope get some help words from you." 1 hour ago - View -
Lalania Hogan : Timeline Photos Attachment Parenting Amen. It happens at different times for different kids too. 1 hour ago - View -
Alcopuff Reklaw : Larken Rose English equivalent is Social Welfare, not Crime Prosecution Service [cps] we call them Social workers, key workers or welfare Officers. or Department of Social Security.
DSS/ D' SS 1 hour ago - View -