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    Wouldn't touch farex with a barge pole...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtaylor View Post
    And in solids I mean farex which has their formula/breastmilk in it and my kids always finished the bottle that I used in making to food to they would be so full they would sleep straight through! But that's my experiences with my kids and every baby is different
    To a 15wk old?

    Isn't that deep food induced sleep a SIDS risk?



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    Did you not read my post??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtaylor View Post
    Did you not read my post??
    The OP was asking for advice regarding her 15 week old. Regardless of when you started, mentioning solids is rather pointless.

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    I would just keep going with your routine and hope it passes. Tbh his sleep still sounds good for fifteen weeks to me!

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    Thanks for all of your advice guys! I hope it passes soon..

    I must say, I really struggle with no sleep.. And I think Im feeling it more cos I have just found out im pregnant.

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    If you're only waking up once you're lucky! My DS was sleeping through at least 6-7 hours then another 3-4 hours every night from about 1.5 months until 3 months and since then we have regularly been waking up 3 or more times a night. I get the occasional 4+ hour stretch but it's more common for us to wake up every hour or 2, and he's almost 7 months old now. We do very occasionally get a full night's sleep, a couple of weeks ago he did 8 hours straight which was very exciting

    It sucks, but it's totally normal and sometimes you just have to ride it out and hope it settles. Now that he's older I will start trying to teach him to go to sleep on his own but when they're tiny you really just have to go with what they want because they don't understand anything else.


 

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