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    Default 2am feed

    Just wondering- do babies drop their 2am feed by themselves? if so, at what age??

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    Mine did at around 12 weeks. However, I'd guess it can range from 2 months to 2 years to be honest! Sorry, that's not much help! They're all so different there's no right or wrong really

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    DD is nearly 8 months and feeds 7pm, 2am, 7/8am

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    We did a single o/n feed at 1.30am until 11 months.

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    Dd1 slept 10-12hrs 5wks till 6mths. Then she restarted night feeds at 4am. Then I like an idiot added a dream feed at 10pm (bedtime at 7-7.30) so she then kept both feeds and then added a 1am one. Sigh. It soon became hourly feeds. Took me till 9mths to go back to 2 feeds (11&4) and 14mths to night wean.

    Dd2 was 10, 1, 4 (6.30-6 bedtime) from 6-7wks. Then became 9,11,1,3,5 between 4-7mths. Then 11, 3, 5 till 9-10 mths. Then 12,3 till 12mths then 3am till I nightweaned at 15mths but then our mornings began at 5am till she got to 18mths or so.

    So OP. Both mine dropped and restarted feeds at will. Babies change their routines so easily.

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

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