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    DD almost 6 mths has gone from an easy 7-10hrs without feeds overnight, to now needing 2-3 feeds overnight. She used to be placated with the pacifier, now 9 out of 10 times clamps her mouth closed if I try the paci and only calms with feeding. Why do they let you think they're becoming 'good sleepers' then change it up on you?

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    Last night absolute nightmare 5 week old DS awake from 12.30 till 6.30 with a 20 minute cat nap between and restless ever since. Only just got him asleep again his already stirring!!


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    This baby is exhausted and won't go to sleep, won't feed to sleep, struggles in my arms if I try to rock him. I got him to sleep a couple of times but he keeps waking up - once by my 3 yo who came into the room because he did a poo in his pants (he always does it when I'm trying to put baby to be, grr). I'm so frustrated and tired and 3yo is grizzling because he wants my iPad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    This baby is exhausted and won't go to sleep, won't feed to sleep, struggles in my arms if I try to rock him. I got him to sleep a couple of times but he keeps waking up - once by my 3 yo who came into the room because he did a poo in his pants (he always does it when I'm trying to put baby to be, grr). I'm so frustrated and tired and 3yo is grizzling because he wants my iPad.
    Hugs. I know how frustrating that is. Had a similar situation many times! Can you get bub to sleep in the pram in the bedroom? I've resorted to this recently when there is no other way, she fights everything I do, and my 3yo wants my attention!

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    And NOW baby has decided that 5.30am is a reasonable time to wake up. So of course 3yo wakes up too and keeps asking "is it daytime yet?" - does it look like friggin daytime?! Husband working morning shifts. So exhausted.

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    Can I vent about my own sleeping habits? I wake all night . The little one sleeps good . I however wake at least 6-7 times. Soo tired .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    And NOW baby has decided that 5.30am is a reasonable time to wake up. So of course 3yo wakes up too and keeps asking "is it daytime yet?" - does it look like friggin daytime?! Husband working morning shifts. So exhausted.
    Hugs. Caffeine to help you get through the morning maybe?

    We bought our 3 year old a gro-clock so she knows when she can get up (when the sun comes up on the clock). Could this help? Our 15mth old is up between 4.30am and 5.30am every morning so our 3 year old is often woken too. At least she stays in bed now though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Can I vent about my own sleeping habits? I wake all night . The little one sleeps good . I however wake at least 6-7 times. Soo tired .
    There is some sleep teas you can have before bed that relaxes you

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Oh, and to all the people who look at me funny and can't understand why I turn down dinner invitations, even if it's just at someone's house, p!ss off - my kids (and me) have been up since 6 am (if I'm lucky!). I'm not coming to dinner with two grumpy kids to try to please others. Sh!t I'm grumpy this afternoon :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Hugs. Caffeine to help you get through the morning maybe?

    We bought our 3 year old a gro-clock so she knows when she can get up (when the sun comes up on the clock). Could this help? Our 15mth old is up between 4.30am and 5.30am every morning so our 3 year old is often woken too. At least she stays in bed now though.
    Thanks, I'm not sure a gro-clock would work with my son, he's very stubborn...


 

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