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    And it gets better! Last night she slept from 8.30 till 2 and then from 2 till 5.30. But she is so noisy and it seemed like she grunted half the night. So DH and I kept lying there waiting for her to wake up in anticipation but at least we know now. I hope this continues but we had her immunisations today so we will see

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    And loumia, I'm jealous! But I'm hoping we aren't far away from that pattern

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    That's great news OP! I remember my DD being a noisy, grunty sleeper. I eventually figured out the grunting was her trying to wriggle out of her swaddle, so we switched to one of those zip up Love Me Baby ones and she slept quietly. She liked having her hands (still covered) up by her face.

    I highly recommend trying one of these wraps!

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    Thanks but she is already in one of them. I think the grunting is also about her trying to get out but she likes having her hands near her face too and hates normal wraps too! Any other suggestions?


 

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