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    Default When does witching hour end?!

    I am getting over this screaming in the evening for hours. When does it ever end? DD is 6 weeks now.

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    It peaks at 6 - 8 weeks and should end by 12 - 14 weeks ... which I realise at this point in time probably seems like a VERY long way away. Trust me, it does end, even in the most challenging little bubbas. Do whatever you can to get through this rough patch and I hope it eases off very soon for you!

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    Yes I second what Mim said.

    But take care of you honey...Its so hard to get through..but you will.

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    Default When does witching hour end?!

    Ended at 4 months for me.. Hang in there, it'll be over soon *hugs*

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    Completely gone by 12 weeks for both my babies.

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    It just occurred to me last night as I put him to bed that DS hadn't had it for 2 or 3 days.

    He's 3 months today.

    Hang in there - it's rough.

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    Default When does witching hour end?!

    My bubs is 7 weeks I went to a natural shop like go vita and bought bruers (I think the brand is) its called stomach calm and we've gone from full blown screaming to just some grizzle here and there at night time.

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    I think it was around the six week mark for us too. DD is now 15 weeks!


 

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