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Old 12-04-06, 12:00 PM
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Last night was really rough. I'm not sure if it was because of Avery's cold, but she was up so much during the night. Sometimes she would wake up screaming like she was in pain! Poor little baby. I don't know if she is teething now, and that's why, or because she is sick...though she is feeling much better now, no fever and really no more stuffy nose. I just don't know what was wrong with her. DH had to pick her up and carry her around for a little bit so she can settle down. We really don't do the picking up anymore, I just go to her crib and caress her head and she settles back down in no time. Well not last night. The more I tried to soothe her, the more she screamed. She would arch her back and kick her legs all over the place. The confusing part is that as soon as we picked her up she stopped crying. So I don't know what was up with her. She might have been just needy and wanted to be close to us, or she was really in pain. I don't know. All I know is I'm soooooo tired this morning. I feel like I had a newborn last night. Hope tonight is better.
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Old 12-04-06, 04:13 PM
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Poor baby, and you too She may have just needed some reassurance since she wasn't feeling well. I hope tonight is more restful for all of you.
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Old 12-04-06, 05:56 PM
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Awww poor baby I agree with Monique though, she probably just needed a bit of reassurance. I would think that if she was really in pain she would have kept crying. I hope you have a better night tonight!

We've had a few horrible nights as well due to teething. It's no fun for any of us, LOL!

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Old 12-04-06, 06:35 PM
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I agree with the others - she probably wants some reassurance. I hope she has a more restful night for you tonight.
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Old 12-05-06, 11:31 AM
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Yup you were all right! Last night was MUCH better! She still woke up once before it was time for a feeding, but after she nursed at 11, she did not wake up again until 4am! That was so great. I actually woke up to check on her it was so unusual. She did not eat a lot though, so she woke up for another meal a bit before 6:30, went back to sleep and we got up for the day around 8. I can't complain, she actually likes sleeping in, even though she goes to bed around 7 every night, or earlier. Now, if only I can have her get rid of that middle of the night feeding, I would be soooooooooooooo happy.
At the same time I'm a bit disappointed that she slept better last night, because I was really hoping we would have a tooth soon...oh well.
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