19/10/2014 at 20:35
20/10/2014 at 11:15
Isobelle went through a stage of waking up crying for a few weeks, which we weren't sure if it was night terrors but they just stopped. I'm not sure if there's much you can do except comfort & reassure them that they're safe, unless of course she can tell you what's wrong. I found that at nighttime, however articulate she was during the day, she couldn't (or wouldn't) communicate anything to us & would just cry. Sorry I'm not much help but hope it doesn't last too long x x
20/10/2014 at 13:33
William has been waking and crying uncontrollably every so often, and i wondered if it was this too. We've been bringing him in beside us if he doesn't settle, which seems to have helped. I feel pretty bad as I've not been as hands on at night for the past few weeks due to sickness. H brought W into our room one night after one episode and the wee soul grabbed me and held on so tightly. He'd obviously had a bad dream, it was such a wee shame. I agree with Blackkat that all you can do is be there to hold them and reassure them that everything is ok.
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