Hi Tiny sounds like you have been having a rough time.... As others have suggested there is no harm in getting some other advice from a child health nurse or GP. Our bub didn't sleep through until 12 weeks and even now has the odd night where he wakes hungry :-) We are now having much better nights with bub only turning and waking on the odd occasion. I am still flipping him if he turns over but the child health nurse believes he has great neck control and will be just fine.....
Milk is milk weather it comes out of a breast or a tin why would it make a difference having a baby nurse twice a night at 9-12 months but a baby who is formula feed is expected not to want feeds anymore!?
Sorry just had to pop in on this post cause this assumption baffled me
60% of bubs feed 1-2 overnight. Some more and some less. thats why I said it was normal as a large majority do so.
Btw my 10mth old is teething and gone off her solids so I'm expecting more bf overnight.
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