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    Daughter won't sleep in crib at night
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    Isieni75 posted:
    My soon-to-be 6 week-old daughter doesn't seem to like to sleep in her crib at night. I would rock her to sleep, and she'd fall asleep in my arms. I place her in her crib and a few minutes later, she's twitching and grunting. I pick her up, rock her back to sleep and place her back in her crib, and the grunting and twitching continues. This only happens at night. She has no problem napping in her crib during the day. What could be wrong? Is this normal? How long will this last.
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