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    Default Will he eventually drop the night feeds?!

    I fed DS at night till about 12 months ish? Started actively trying to night wean at 8 months. He also was a very very big boy.

    At 5 months waking twice is awesome! My little man was up every 1-2 hours at that age.

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    Default Will he eventually drop the night feeds?!

    Thank you all for your advise really appreciate it

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    Default Will he eventually drop the night feeds?!

    My daughter is almost three weeks and she has already started to phase herself out. We put her to bed at 7 she then gets woken for a feed at 10. The first two weeks she would wake around 2 for a feed and she now wakes around 430am. Maybe try each night leaving him an extra half hour each middle of the night feed to weening him into sleeping longer?

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    Default Will he eventually drop the night feeds?!

    Its meant to say 4.5months old" typing error
    Last two nights I have moved the dream feed to 11pm which has got him through to 4am


 

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