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    My 19 month old is consistently whinning and crying out at night!! WHY?
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    jilldub02 posted:
    My 19 month old daughter consistently cries out at night. Usually it seems for a bottle but she wakes up like every 4 hours not normal because she was sleeping through the night. I resently took her pacifier away and now she seems to be attached to her bottle...she has never asked for a bottle all night. What should i do?????
     
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    BabyTalkinLisaLand responded:
    I wish I knew this one. My daughter is 20 months old and addicted to that binky. She is off the bottle now since a month ago but the binky is going to be a challenge. Unfortunately she wakes at night searching for it and cries but we are not taking it away until she's ready. I kinda think its cute when i hear that squeeky sound she makes sucking on it in her sleep. I keep telling myself to give her a comfort toy like a stuffed animal instead but i havent.


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