Look, I know zombies are really in right now. In fact, before I had kids I was in a zombie movie...really! It made RedBox ok? But I'm pretty sure the people I work with are starting to get annoyed with my daily audition for the Walking Dead.
If you have an infant with reflux or GERD (even silent) the chances are good that regular sleep is a fleeting memory. And what's worse, is that your not sleeping because the babe isn't sleeping, and you feel bad - real bad - because there's a sad reason for it. Even through the crankiness, all you want to do is take their discomfort away.
I've found lots of resources that explain WHY there is night waking and WHAT you can try to help. However, when I scour most forums, it seems that even through all of the remedies, good and restorative sleeping is not guaranteed - at any age - for you or the baby.
So instead of giving you all the tips that are supposed to help (just Google away for these), here are some tips for zombie mommies on what to do when nothing works.
What do you do knowing that sleep is not an option?
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Yea, I went there. Nearly half of all babies spit up, regularly. Some more, some less, and for many it's just plain scary.
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