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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Or the trick of layering sheet, waterproof mat, another sheet, another waterproof mat - so in the middle of the night you just take off a layer and you don't have to make up the whole bed again.
    My sil suggested this to me. It makes life so much easier!!!

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    My little guy just won't settle properly after his second night feed. He goes to sleep between 6-7 and then his Dad gives him a bottle between 11-12 and then I give him one between 4-5am. He's 14 weeks today. I feel like a bad mum when I can't get him back to sleep and I know he's still tired. Sometimes I just leave him in the bassinet to fuss around until I'm ready to get up. He never gets to the point where he is crying, but I know he gets frustrated because I can hear him breathing like he is and then give a little frustrated cry. It's frustrating for both of us because I feel that if I go over there, it just stimulates him more and then neither of us go back to sleep. >.< And naps during the day. Sometimes I feel as though him protesting it is part of the routine! lol >.< Wouldn't it be lovely if we all had babies who just pleasantly drifted off without a fight?

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    Hi hun.
    It's sounds like you have a great little sleeper for the most part.
    The only thing I can suggest is moving the first bottle back to 10pm and making it a dream feed.
    Then the 4-5 one should be 3am and you might get a 7am wake up.
    Mine never slept that well until 8 months so I'm not sure what else to suggest.
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    Hi hun.
    It's sounds like you have a great little sleeper for the most part.
    The only thing I can suggest is moving the first bottle back to 10pm and making it a dream feed.
    Then the 4-5 one should be 3am and you might get a 7am wake up.
    Mine never slept that well until 8 months so I'm not sure what else to suggest.
    Good luck.

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    Thank you He's a good boy. How many times in a row should I try the dreamfeed before I see it succeed/fail? he's been starting to stir consistently at about 5. sometimes it's 5.30. I will just try to leave him a bit longer before I rush in and maybe we can make it to 6am which I am totally fine with waking up then since it's daylight.

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    Well its been over 7 long month's since I joined bubhub to talk to other sleepless mums. And my ds still wakes up to 8 times a night. Come onnnnnnn I need a break! I love him but wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Well its been over 7 long month's since I joined bubhub to talk to other sleepless mums. And my ds still wakes up to 8 times a night. Come onnnnnnn I need a break! I love him but wow!

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    I hear ya. My 13 month old is no better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    I hear ya. My 13 month old is no better.
    Yup. 14 months here *sigh*

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    I feel your pain ladies.
    Ds2 is 18 months and I have still got sleep issues.

    I know that it takes 2 weeks to form a habit with baby's and the dream feed isn't for every Bub. I would just give it a go until you have had enough.

    The only thing that I have found that works is medical formula and even with that he wakes 3-5 times a night.
    It's an improvement on 8 but still not good.

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    Yep. Still prone to sleep issues here, although I feel a lot more equipped to deal with them these days.

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