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    Default Night feeds starting again

    Ds is 13 weeks and at around 9weeks all night feeds stopped. Now he wants one around 2/3am. Is that normal to want them again after 4/5 weeks without?

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    There is no normal!! True. Yes its probably normal though. many babies Change their night feeding habits a hundred times

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    don't know if it's normal but my baby girl did. she is now 7 months old, sometimes sleeps through but sometimes still wants a feed about 1am. you just have to roll with it i think!

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    Absolutey. DD slept thru from 6wks to 4 months and then started wanting a 3am a feed again. She's 9 months now and some nights sleeps thru, others still wants a feed.

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    Thanks all. No feed last night, so must depend on day feeds


 

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