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Offline MoreThanMama

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Frequent Night Wakings
« on: October 29, 2015, 20:50:06 pm »
My LO is 7.5 mos old. We dealt with some health issues until he was 3+ mos old where he needed to eat every 3 hours round the clock so it became a fairly engrained pattern. Now, he does pretty well with daytime sleep ~ consistently getting in 2 naps of around 1.5/2 hrs and waivers on a catnap in the evening.
    However, nighttime is draining me. He is waking every 1.5/2 hrs and seems to get in a full feed, including a DF at around 10/10:30 PM. Our schedule is definitely unpredictable during the day and bedtime has also be inconsistent. I'm aware that this affects his night time sleep, but what can I do to help him get to sleeping through the night . . . my version is 11-12 uninterrupted hours with a late night DF. I feel he is capable and would have such a better demeanor during the day if he reached this level of restorative sleep.

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Re: Frequent Night Wakings
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2015, 19:24:17 pm »
Hi there
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Re: Frequent Night Wakings
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2015, 03:56:07 am »
I'm so sorry no one has responded yet.  Can you write down your EASY for us?  He's likely ready to drop the CN now.  Many babies do at around 6 months.  How long is his A time?  Is he on three solids meals a day?  If you can give me this information, I can better help you.