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    Default Awake for 3 hours overnight

    Also grapes and tomatoes are high in salycilates - common to have an intolerance to.

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    My DS does this occasionally. He wakes, talk and plays. If he's not crying and upset I leave him to have a play and he generally ends up falling asleep again. Is you bub upset or crying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Also grapes and tomatoes are high in salycilates - common to have an intolerance to.
    The only tomato she has is in red pasta sauce and she hasn't had any for a while (about a week?). She's had sultanas over the months, but not too many as I don't like how they come out in her poos. Would it be a "same day" reaction to these foods - or would they stay in her system for a week or two??

    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    My DS does this occasionally. He wakes, talk and plays. If he's not crying and upset I leave him to have a play and he generally ends up falling asleep again. Is you bub upset or crying?
    if we leave the room she screams her head off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    The only tomato she has is in red pasta sauce and she hasn't had any for a while (about a week?). She's had sultanas over the months, but not too many as I don't like how they come out in her poos. Would it be a "same day" reaction to these foods - or would they stay in her system for a week or two??



    if we leave the room she screams her head off.
    When she wakes up, is she crying? Are you going in when she's crying or when she's waking up?

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    we give her a few mins before we go in, but yes, she's crying/yelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    we give her a few mins before we go in, but yes, she's crying/yelling.
    I hope she grows out of it soon for you, it can be so frustrating when you can't figure out why. My DS is so up and down with his sleeping that I just have to roll with it and eventually he grows out of something, settles for a while and then there's another phase we have to battle through.

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    Same day reactions (well it was for DS1), sorry I don't have any other advice but I hope you can resolve it asap xo

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    i know what you mean about rolling with it. I used to get so angry that she wouldn't sleep, but now i know I just have to count down the hours. I still want to fix it, but i know I can't force it. chances are she will just change her pattern one day with no regard to any effort I have made to "help" her.

    Unfortunately accepting it doesn't make it any easier to get up in the morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    i know what you mean about rolling with it. I used to get so angry that she wouldn't sleep, but now i know I just have to count down the hours. I still want to fix it, but i know I can't force it. chances are she will just change her pattern one day with no regard to any effort I have made to "help" her.

    Unfortunately accepting it doesn't make it any easier to get up in the morning
    I couldn't agree with you more

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    Default Awake for 3 hours overnight

    Is bub too hot/cold? A thermostat controlled heating/cooling system may help.

    Could bub be hungry? Adding more meat to the diet may help.

    My guess would be inconsistent day naps are leading to night wakenings. What time does bub/go to bed/ get up in the morning? When she has 2 naps at daycare what time are the naps?

    It might be helpful to keep a sleep diary. Write day naps, night sleeps, food bub eats etc. you might be able to narrow down a common factor for the times bub has night wakenings. Good luck...


 

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