No. The cry it out technique requires putting your baby to bed and not responding until morning or until the end of the nap period. We use more gentle and responsive techniques but our priority is matching you with the right technique for your baby.
It is best to wait until your baby is better before starting as your baby needs more comfort during times of illness. If you already have a consultation booked please get in touch and we can reschedule to a time when your baby is better.
Teething can have an impact on your baby's sleep in the few days leading up to a new tooth cutting. You may find your baby is irritable during the day also with other symptoms such as extra dribble, rosy cheeks, hands/objects in their mouth more than usual. Once the tooth cuts sleep should go back to normal.
I believe life should be lived. While I do recommend you respect your baby's need to sleep I also believe you need to have flexibility in your routine and to be able to adapt when things don't go to plan.
While we are working on improving your baby's sleep I recommend you try to be home as much for naps and bedtime to give your baby consistency and embed the changes your are trying to make,
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