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    Default Did your baby resume old sleep patterns after a growth spurt?

    Or other interruptions like teething or sickness etc?

    DD was in the habit of only waking once a night, usually around 3 or 4am... and because of that I was ok with her really terrible day sleeps. But she has gone into waking 3-4 times a night (sometimes 5?) and still having crappy cat-naps all day... just wanting to know if the majority of babies resume their old patterns, or just take on the new one?

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    Don't worry, it'll settle back down. DD is 2 now and sometimes has periods of waking through the night. It always goes back to normal eventually. Sometimes it feels like the constant night waking will last forever!

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    Thanks! My boys were always horrible sleepers, so would never really notice if they had bad periods or not because it was all bad!

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    DD was a terrible sleeper as a baby so I feel your pain! She'd catnap during the day and cry heaps, then wake several times a night. She didn't sleep through the night until after she turned 1. It does get better though I promise! She's a great sleeper now (most of the time).

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