And with that, my oh-so-reliable sleeper is struggling to fall into a new rhythm. Griffin was slightly older when he gave up his "da," and with a bit of bribery and coaxing, it only took a few days before he forgot all about the old "da."
She has also started to put her hands in her mouth when she's sad, embarrassed, _____ (you fill in the blank), and I think it's in an attempt to comfort herself without her "da." I know it is a valuable lesson to learn (to comfort yourself without a nuk), but it has been a hard one for her to learn.
Hattie girl, in your own words let that nuk go, "Let it go... Let it go....."