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    Default 7.5mth sleep issues

    My 7.5 mth old was always a good sleeper sleeping from 8-5.30ish most of the time, lately I put him to bed at 8 and he is awake by 11.30-12.30 then continues to wake almost every hour beyond that, I've tried laying him back down (he can stand) and just patting his back, giving him a quick cuddle, giving him
    Bonjella, but most of the time I have to breast feed him, this has bee happening for a good week or two and I'm getting extremely frustrated and tired, any suggestions/help appreciated

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    Subbing. My almost 7 month dd is the same! Been happening for 3 weeks

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    Yep happening here too! No idea why.. But I'm tired

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    Sorry to butt in. I only have a 6 week old but I was just looking at my wonder week list when I saw this thread. It might be wonder week 37??

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey&&me View Post
    Yep happening here too! No idea why.. But I'm tired
    Same! So tired!

    Tried bonjella and panadol last night and neither helped

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    It puts me at ease knowing I'm not alone! But no closer to having a good nights sleep!

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    Are you adverse to any crying? Have you tried leaving him for a few minutes to see if he settles?

    Also, is it possible hes sleeping too much in the day? What time does he wake from his last nap of the day?

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    He honestly naps for only about 20-40mins at the most twice maybe three times a day! So not much!

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    Maybe sleep regression?
    Hopefully its passes soon for you

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