You aren’t alone. Follow these 8 easy steps to get your swing sleeping baby into the crib. Get your no sleeping baby to sleep in the swing. Your baby HATES the swing? Napping in the swing and sleeping in the crib is really common and I’m not concerned about anything you’re doing.
Yesterday, she had a 2 hour nap in the crib as well as (3) 45 minute naps. I do follow troublesome tots so we have already moved swing to room, turned off motion So far today naps have been short. Has anyone had success in transitioning their LO from a swing to their crib? Troublesome tots has great advice, but I’m wondering how hard it is going to be. I’m hoping to transition LO to her crib from her RnP and swing at the end of this month. citymouse: Have you read the Troublesome Tots post on swing to crib transition? We followed it and I found it extremely helpful.
I have a seven week old baby girl. Shes a doll. I am worried about transition her from the swing to crib. I read many books on how to get baby to sleep in crib. I turned to Troublesome Tots, where I had found LOTS of other good info before. Read EVERYTHING on the Troublesome Tots website- troublesometots. I know she slept in her swing for many months before transitioning to her crib.
Swing To Crib Transition
Nervous to try more crib napping for fear of an overly tired baby. The website Troublesome Tots actually advocates for using the swing for sleep to teach baby to fall asleep on his own. Title: Troublesome Tots Swing Method for Crib Transition Details: Hi all! I’m trying to transition LO from co-sleeping to her crib (which she hates) using the. I hear great things about swings and rock n plays, but I’m a sticker for a safe sleep surface. Sleeps in crib at night but for some reason won’t nap in his crib. Google ‘troublesome tots swing’ and you’ll get a number of results. Alexis Dubief writes Troublesome Tots, a website about ending bedtime drama for babies. Multiples tend to do especially well with swings since preemies often thrive on motion. If you’re already beyond the first four to six months of twin parenting, how did you sleep train two babies in the same crib or in the same room? HJ would STTN or wake up once, maybe twice on rare occasions, when she slept in her swing. Last weekend we started letting her sleep in the crib. Trying to get him down for an afternoon nap sans swing has taken up an hour and fifteen minutes, but an afternoon nap IN the swing? 2 minutes flat and he is out like a light. But I do remember reading something four babies ago on weaning from swing sleep on Troublesome Tots website.
Transition From Swing To Crib?
The transition to the crib ended up easier than we imagined. I read a lot about using the swing on the troublesome tots blog. This is likely a phase – so so what you have to do for sleep/survival/sanity! Good luck!. She initially would sleep in her swing but even that doesn’t work anymore. Play cradle type sleeper, a swing, a bouncy seat, a crib. And yet she still will only sleep if she’s touching me. From what I understand in the Wonder Weeks and Troublesome Tots, at about four months babies develop object permanence, meaning they wake up and realize the Mama that had put them to sleep is no longer there. We would like to transition him to his crib from his swing. Currently, he is in a zipadeezip in a non moving, fully reclined swing. I am new to the group but have been a huge fan of the troublesome tots site for a few years.
I reaped the most benefits from a website formerly called Troublesome Tots. Once he was sleeping in his crib we decided to move him to his own room across the hall. Nights progressed from us holding him, to sleeping in his swing with us in the living room with him, then to his room in his swing, then to his crib with the head elevated, then eventually to the flat crib. The Natural portable size Wooden Crib serves as an example of versatile and elegant design. The Tot Rider 2 Walker features a 3-position height adjustment for growing babies. Baby will be supported and soothed in this comfortable travel swing. Great for that troublesome transition from the crib to the bed.