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Old March 2nd 11, 05:08 PM
kieranc kieranc is offline
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Default Interesting sleep stories?

Hello,

I'm doing some research into ways in which parents get their babies to sleep and how this may vary from culture to culture around the world. Some of the more unusual things I've come across are using different pieces of music, using repetitive noises from hairdryers and hoovers and movement like bouncing on balls and driving in the car.

Just wondering if anyone had come across any interesting stories/tips or anything that they've found works/worked on their own children?

Thanks,

Kieran
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Old February 9th 13, 02:16 PM
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Hello,

I'm doing some research into ways in which parents get their babies to sleep and how this may vary from culture to culture around the world. Some of the more unusual things I've come across are using different pieces of music, using repetitive noises from hairdryers and hoovers and movement like bouncing on balls and driving in the car.

Just wondering if anyone had come across any interesting stories/tips or anything that they've found works/worked on their own children?

Thanks,

Kieran

lols "repetitive noises from hairdryers and hoovers and movement like bouncing on balls" i am surprised to hear this.
i used to use few ways like watching cartoons on tv, playng abc song on laptop or having swing. few kids also get sleep while having feeder, moving hands on their head, rubbing their hand on mothers hand.
 




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