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    Have a snack!

    DS would wake up every 2-3 hours, I was so drained. My CHN gave me the tip, you need energy from something, if its not sleep, then its food. So I had a banana, joghurt (the toddler ones in a suck pack) or a muesli bar while feeding, plus a drink. No, I did not clean my teeth, sometimes I would have a piece of gum if I felt fuzzy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loop View Post
    Have a snack!

    DS would wake up every 2-3 hours, I was so drained. My CHN gave me the tip, you need energy from something, if its not sleep, then its food. So I had a banana, joghurt (the toddler ones in a suck pack) or a muesli bar while feeding, plus a drink. No, I did not clean my teeth, sometimes I would have a piece of gum if I felt fuzzy.
    Hehe I started doing this after another hubber said she got through night wakes and feeds by having a treat like some chocolate. So I got myself some chocolate bars and when DS woke up I was actually excited cos I could have my treat. Then I couldn't get back to sleep cos of the sugar

    Muesli bars and yoghurt sound much healthier though

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