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    Fussy Baby
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    tocute4u85 posted:
    I have a 8 month old who was sleeping fine through the night,but now he goes to bed and is back up in 2-3 hours and does not go back till about midnight or so.But when we try to lay him down he just screams and thrashes and continues to do this all night.what could be wrong?
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    mommyin2011 responded:
    maybe he is teething and its keeping him up. try giving him a nice, warm bath before bed. That seemed to help my son sleep longer at night
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