Letter:

What to do when Baby becomes hysterical and does not want to Sleep


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Age:
6 mo.
What to do when Baby becomes hysterical and does not want to Sleep
Dear Helen

My boyfriend and I do not know what techniques to use as our daughter, Sara, becomes hysterical when we settle her for a nap during the day as well as for the night. We follow the same settling routine everyday, sometimes without facing any problems, and sometimes she becomes so hysterical that we can hardly comfort her.

My question is whether we should stay with her in the nursery and try to comfort her or whether we should return to the livingroom (we usually helps).

I take this opportunity to thank you for your useful advice, as always!

Karin


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