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#1 .Ally.

Posted 04 June 2008 - 12:22 PM

This forum is for the supportive discussion on the topic sleeping.

This is NOT a forum for debate on the ethics or opposition to different sleeping techiques.

If you support (for example) attachment parenting, or you support (for example) controlled comforting - choose the CORRECT thread to discuss this technique in.

Any posts being seen by a moderator as not being in the spirit of the supportive purpose of the thread shall be removed.

Many of us are sleep-deprived and need help not criticism!



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