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    I feed off one side as well my supply is too crazy!

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    I would just watch her Nic, if she gets a temp or out of sorts then I would take her to the doc, but in saying that if a trip to the doc eases your mind then that's cool too.

    Km do what ever you have too. You being stressed wont help your supply im sure. I'm the same with sore nips again. Thought I had passed it but it wasn't to be.

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    Slept from 12.20-2am
    So nearly another 2 hours sleep for me! Yay! My aim this morning is to play catch up on sleep a little bit and then we have visitors in the afternoon and evening

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    Ivy slept 115-245...to me that is not enough at night...I'm sick of feeding her 2 hourly @. Night so I decided to comfort her (which has taken half hour) and I'm refuting to feed till 4....she last fed at 1. She is back asleep now in her bed, lets see if that can last 30 mins! I'm not really gettibg more than 2.5 if constant sleep out of her at any point in the day...she is 1 month in 1 day, dors that still seem normal?

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    Totally normal.. Unfortunately!
    Ella was the same.
    They cluster feed (close feeds together) at any time cause they are growing. It sux
    I'm a lucky mummy - Ella just went 9.30pm to 3am! only concern is she won't feed!!!! She should be starving but doesn't want anything, falling asleep on the boob!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    Ivy slept 115-245...to me that is not enough at night...I'm sick of feeding her 2 hourly @. Night so I decided to comfort her (which has taken half hour) and I'm refuting to feed till 4....she last fed at 1. She is back asleep now in her bed, lets see if that can last 30 mins! I'm not really gettibg more than 2.5 if constant sleep out of her at any point in the day...she is 1 month in 1 day, dors that still seem normal?
    Nicsta we're in the same boat. Paediatrician said to us that all babies roughly sleep the same amount of hours in the day but some sleep in hour blocks and others in 5 hour blocks - either way is normal! We were worried too as Orlando typically sleeps an hour and a half sometimes 1 hour sometimes 2 and on the odd occasion 2.5-3 but never over that

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    Quote Originally Posted by adden View Post
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    Happy Easter!!!
    Cute adden my boy has the same jumpsuit from seed...only blue and orange not pink! So excited we all have our gorgeous Easter bunnies!!

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    I agree pretty normal I was just annoyed although she did sleep back through till 415 and then to 7. I think she wakes herself and can't get back to sleep. I want to start putting her awake in her basinet and seeing if I can get her to sleep without needing constant cuddles...or is it too early for this? Anyone else tried it? I'm not going to let her CIO I'm just going to put her in there, if she cries ill cuddle and put back I'm awake and repeat until she falls asleep..,

    Cute outfit Adden

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    Nic sometimes I put Ella back into her bassinet awake, sometimes she settles sometimes she doesn't. I think it's a good habit to form now. I don't think they are too young, Ella already knows when I'm in the room with her , she watches me. Last night she started crying when I turned the light off because she couldn't see me. She certainly knows when im there, she is already forming a habit of me having to be near her to fall asleep so something ill have to break now.


 

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