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    DS woke between 5 and 5:30 for ages. It was hell. Nothing we did worked I'm afraid but I want to say hang in there as it should get better eventually. DS now sleeps until 6am or later (anything after 6am is classed as morning!) and I bought a gro-clock to help him understand when he was allowed to get up. But realise your bub is too young for this. It gets better in the end! We started going to bed at 9pm just to get enough sleep. lol

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    I agree with pp's about treating anything before 6 as a night wakening (feed in a dark quiet room, no play).

    Double check bub is warm enough, of needed use a thermostat controlled heater (many bubs wake around this time as it is the coldest part of the day).

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    Default Waking too early in the am.

    DS (5 months) woke at 4am today. Can't treat it like a night wakening as he wakes up talking or singing or squawking. If I just leave him he keeps making noise.
    Tired :-(

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    Default Re: Waking too early in the am.

    Blue pixi ds is the same. I was told at ngala if they wake up crying means they need more sleep if they Wales happy and babbling they have had enough.
    Well ds woke at 3am babbling anew didn't go back yo sleep until 530 am for an hour. Omg.
    So i dont know these bubbas just do their own thing even when we change nothing about their routines.. Very tiring

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    That makes sense, as he does wake in a good mood. I just wish it were later!

    DF says I should play with him, in order to tire him out. I'm certainly not in the mood for play at 4am though.

    He was awake at 4 again this morn but managed to get him back to sleep with a full tum. He slept then until 6.15 yaaaaay


 

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