Baby development and behaviour

Baby development and behaviour

Baby development and behaviour

What’s your bright spark been up to?

Your baby’s becoming a real little character now! Just think about all the incredible things they’ve learnt since they were born. Use this forum to discover great new ways to encourage their growth and find out how other mums are getting on.

Join our forums now

NEW Community Feedback and Suggestions forum

We’re looking to make some improvements to our Community, but before we do, we’d love to hear from you to understand what you like, dislike or wish you could have from our Community. Whatever your opinion or suggestion, just go to Feedback and Suggestions to have your say to help us make it even better.

Back to topics


Nikki76 11 years ago
Posts: 82 | Joined: 12th Nov 06
Hiya all :-)

Yusuf absolutely loves his dummy, but the prob is that we are now having to get up a few times in the night to give him his dummy when he cries. When he goes to bed, the dummy naturally falls out and he will go until about 3am in the morning without it, but then he seems to naturally wake up and cry and the dummy soothes him right back to sleep very quickly. My mum's mentality is that it is a lot quicker to just nip out of bed in semi sleep, put dummy back in and go back to bed, rather than take dummy away and end up with them fully awake and having to rock them etc and I do agree, but just wondering if anyone else has this prob and if so, any tips at all?

Also, I've got a mate with a little girl suffering from Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (Salt Reducing) any mum's out there with experience of this and willing to chat and poss e-mail her??

Ta muchly and love to all

Heart this
Report This

Get in touch on the go

iphone app

Looking for something else?