It is difficult to be sure exactly which is the chicken and which is the eggg in this situation. It seems as if your baby's problem was started off with her teething as she was fine until her teeth started to come through.Then she realised that she has a captive audience in her room. All she has to do is give a cry or two and you appear.She is obviously not hungry and no longer in pain because she is full of smiles. So she is now putting on a nightly performance for your benefit.She needs to be moved out of your room to her own room. If she wakes up you are going to have to start the very difficult controlled crying technique. Allow her to cry for 5 minutes initially before going to her. Only reassure her when you go to her, kiss her and leave the room.Add on a minute each time she starts to cry again. Eventually after quite a difficult period for you she will simply become so tired that she will fall asleep. It usually only takes one or two nights to get her over this phase.
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