Advice for sleeping through the night?

Meredith - posted on 11/26/2012 ( 1 mom has responded )

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Any advice for helping my daughter sleep through the night?

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My daughter just turned one, and she stopped sleeping through the night at 5 months, then she was sleeping through again at about 7-8months, and now isn't again. I don't know what to do. If anything she wakes up thirsty bc the air in our house is dry in the cold weather, but most of the time she just wants to be held, and as soon as she falls asleep, and we lay her back in her crib she is up screaming and crying again. Last night she would only stop if I let her bring her bottle into the crib. She wanted to chew on the nipple. And just now, I checked on her during her nap, and she was sleeping with her mouth on her sippy spout. I don't want her going to sleep with her bottle or sippy. She doesn't use a binky, and I feel as if now she is to old to have one, since I would want to break her of that habit between 18-24months. Does anyone have any advice or anything? I know she is teething, but this seems a little extreme

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Patricia Ann - posted on 11/27/2012

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u could try using a humiditfier in her room so the air isnt so dry & also u could try playing some soft music in her room that helps my son & he has a elephant blanket tht he has 2 sleep with so it could be a security thing so u could try a favorite stuffed animal o blanket

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