I'm hoping for some guidance on helping our son sleep through the night. He will be 10
months in a few days and still wakes 2/3 times per night.
He is BF but has been eating 3 solid meals per day. He is a big boy, 26 lbs, and I waiver between "he should be big enough to sleep all night" and "maybe he just needs more calories because he so big".
He naps well during the day, can go to sleep on his own (naps and night, I place him in his
crib awake), and often resettles himself. We have a very regular routine, day time and bedtime routine.
I'm just unsure as to whether to cut him off from feeding overnight (usually one feed, other wakings just needs to be resettled, sometimes rocked or walked around) or ride it out and he'll outgrow it. I don't rush in when he cries, giving him a few minutes while he fusses but it often ends up in a "real cry". Though nothing is usually wrong (diaper, burn, wind...)
Our first slept through at 5.5 months, and we're just so sleep deprived, especially since our older son, who is 5 y.o. wakes at 5-5:30 everyday!
Thanks for any words of wisdom.