Tuesday, February 05, 2008

** FABRIC SALE!**

Quick post to let you know that I've listed a bunch of fabric on sale in my EBAY store - need to make room for some new arrivals!

A bunch are ending tonight (several Nigella prints and one Temple Flowers print), but I've got a few others ending throughout the week, including some Amy Butler Ginger Bliss, Charm, and Sunbloom fabrics! Happy bidding!

PS: If any of you have any tips on how to get a 3 1/2 month old to sleep through the night, please do share... I let him try and cry it out from 12:30 - 2:30 this morning and it didn't work. He screamed for 2 hours...

6 comments:

Miss Sassy said...

Goodness. Are 3 month olds supposed to sleep through the night yet? I can't remember and it has only been 4 years LOL. Perhaps it takes more than one night. Do you have a pacifier? Not every parent likes to use them but it helped us a lot as our little guy was born with some health issues and it was a great comfort. But that is a personal decision, obviously! Good luck. :-(

I am Jen said...

Ah --- I can't give you any advice of the sleeping through the night. I am not very good at the crying out thing. But I know whatever you feel is right, then do it. Maybe after he starts solids then try. And also you could try putting him to sleep awake to start. I found that's a great thing. They learn to put themselves to sleep in a nice way.

Kim said...

I waited until closer to 5 months for crying it out, I think that unless they do it on their own (which never happened for me!) they just aren't ready at that age. I had a great book called "Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child" and I recommend it to EVERYONE!! Good luck!

Adrienne said...

Hey Kris. I feel your pain. My boys had a hard time sleeping too. Henry during the day and John at night. Night was hard b/c I was worried J would wake H. I have some ideas but need to know what you've already tried (ie: topping off feeding, reassuring but not picking up, etc.). If you want to talk shoot me an email. I'll fill you in on what I did for J-man. Best wishes for sleep filled nights.

Tara said...

Rice cereal in his bottle, if he's taking one. I bottle & breast fed - I couldn't keep up. My son was always hungry. At night, I would bottle feed and add rice cereal to his bottle - it did the trick. I was feeding just about every hour, and I couldn't handle it anymore. I needed my sleep. I started the cereal at 4 weeks with him.

Emily said...

So wish I had some tips for you but unfortunately I've got a 9 month old I can't even get to sleep through the night! I'm not much help but I feel your pain! :)