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    Nic I'm going to sound like a terrible mother in saying this but after a few weeks of doing the last feed at 9ish and then Zoe still be awake and unsettled at 12 or 1, my husband made me leave her to cry one night until se put herself to sleep. It broke my heart as it took a good 30 to 40 minutes until she did but honestly ever since we haven't had a problem in getting her to sleep of a night. She just lays there quietly until she falls asleep.

    We have also started to leave a radio on in the room which seems to calm her down and help her drift off as well.

    I know it's probably not the best way to have handled it but it seemed to have some impact with her.

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    I'm back in hospital..,been admitted and they are doing a d&c tomorrow. Hopefully this fixes the infection!!

    Crafty we will likely try the crying if she continues as it's doing my head in having to rock her every nap...

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    Or more like everytime she needs sleep, she doesn't even fall asleep on the boob!

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    Oh Nic tht sucks. I hope it all goes ok. How big we're the clots? I'm still passing stringy bits occasionally.

    Leaving them to cry is hard, I struggled but it seems to have worked in tr long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beta View Post
    SL I second KL on wondering about your let down, it sounds like Orlando is a normal baby in relation to sleep for his age but the pulling off the breast or getting uncomfortable might be about getting too much milk. My McHN mentioned today when babies want to comfort suck they get agitated when milk arrives because they aren't hungry they just want the boob. try taking him off and burping then putting back on if you aren't already. Despite what some say BF babies sometimes need to be burped. I think you will have a lot more of an idea in another month
    Thanks beta he definitely needs burping I can't believe some people (including my LC) say BF babies don't need it! What rubbish!

    I just don't know what to do the paediatrician said the coming off the boob is to do with the reflux to be honest maybe it's the Zantac that is making him not worse but not helping?!

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    I'm for a good cry too. It is so hard and each minute seems like hours but it is so worth it ( as long as there is no other reason for the crying). Not good to hear your in hospital Nic but sounds like you might be finally getting some reel help which is good.

    Will has fed and slept all day today too. Must be a growth spurt. Hoping he isn't full of beans tonight.

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    What is dream feeding? Does that mean you just pick them up and put them on the boob or it just means one of the night feeds?

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    Means picking up while asleep and feeding normally done round 10 or 11

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    Thanks ladies I'm trying to feed with a drip...not that easy!! I hate being confined to the bed

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    Can't help but share this...she almost doesn't fit in the hospital crib compared to 5 weeks agoImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1365509968.045282.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1365509981.567145.jpg


 

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