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Thread: waking, standing or on all fours!

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    tdv Guest

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    hi, I have a beautiful 9 month old Chloe who has been crawling, standing for the past month or so. Only recently in the warmer weather she has been waking some nights and will either stand or go on all fours in her cot hence crying out for us to put her down. How can I prevent her from doing this. In winter it was easier as she had a lot of blankets to keep her tucked in now in the warmer weather we are putting her in a sleeping bag and just have a light cotton sheet over the top of her. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!


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    hey tdv

    this is a normal developmental stage

    I have found great success with the use of gro bags (sleeping bags) as this makes it harder for them, at this age, to stand or get onto all 4's

    they remain one of my all time favourite, cant live without baby purchases...Jay is still using one for day and night sleeps at the age of 18months

    hope this helps

    xx yogababy

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