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So, my son of 4 months has trouble sleeping every night. So we have gotten this ritual, where I shake him until he falls asleep. My question is this, is there a machine that can do this? I asked fisher price, but I never got an answer back.

By: Guest
Date: Wed-Feb-17-2016-
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That's terrible! You should be ashamed! You're going to cause irreparable damage to your son in this manner.

Have you considered giving him a dose of NyQuil? I do this when my baby girl won't stop screaming at night.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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I know what you mean, a gentle jiggly rocking, not shaking like whiplash and brain damage!

Yes, there are several - a car, a pram, I used to take one of mine out, wrapped up tight like a cuddle in the old fashioned pram (helps to have them lying flat) and just parade up and down the footpath.

I know plenty of people who go round the block in the car for the same reason, but with a pram you can wheel the baby right up to the cot before attempting to move them.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Why not just shock him repeatedly? That should make him shake violently on his own.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Put him in the dryer on high heat since babies tend to wrinkle fairly easy.

Or

Take him to the hardware store and strap him to the paint mixer. Attach a sealed container of milk and ice cream to him while doing this so you can have a delicious milkshake after he falls asleep.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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I think you should do it yourself. Hes only 4 months old so I think you should take full responsibility instead of leaving everything upto a machine. Just in my opinion
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Myself and my husband live over a hardware store, and some nights when our 18 month old won't stop crying I just lay some bedding in the paint mixer downstairs, tug her in and turn it on. Not sure if it actually works, cause the machine is noising than her, but it shakes way better than a human.
If you don't have access to one, you could leave your baby on top of a washing machine perhaps?
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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try burning a bit of Frankincense or mirrh! it worked for Baby Jesus!

- Donnie "GodROCKS" Glax
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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I presume you mean "rocking." I've heard that there exists a small vibrating cup which goes under one foot of his cot/crib - maybe with sprung cups under the other 3 feet. I don't know if it's in the shops, it may have been on a "new inventions" show.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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yes that's a good wind up.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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I wouldn't shake him if I was you.
[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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