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    I haven't rung health direct yet, he was actually really good last night, well after he woke and cried round 8 he fell back asleep after some panadol and then slept till 1, had a feed (no crying etc) then again at 4:30 for another feed. Then he woke round 5:30 and up at. 6:30

    And he's happy as right now talking and blowing raspberries at me!

    Maybe his teeth were causing him grief last night

    His little head has no bumps or bruises etc, nose didn't bleed or anything so I think he's ok. He's also not flinching if I touch anywhere on his face either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    I haven't rung health direct yet, he was actually really good last night, well after he woke and cried round 8 he fell back asleep after some panadol and then slept till 1, had a feed (no crying etc) then again at 4:30 for another feed. Then he woke round 5:30 and up at. 6:30

    And he's happy as right now talking and blowing raspberries at me!

    Maybe his teeth were causing him grief last night

    His little head has no bumps or bruises etc, nose didn't bleed or anything so I think he's ok. He's also not flinching if I touch anywhere on his face either.
    Lol we pretty much had the same night.

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    My sister knew I had been having some bad nights and yesterday she drove 3hrs to my house with her kids to give me a rest. So last night I had her kids and she had mine. It was so nice to catch up on sleep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    My sister knew I had been having some bad nights and yesterday she drove 3hrs to my house with her kids to give me a rest. So last night I had her kids and she had mine. It was so nice to catch up on sleep!
    That's so nice. Wish I had a sister!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    That's so nice. Wish I had a sister!!
    Yeah me too lol

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    Can't even tell you what times DS woke because he didn't sleep!

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    DS2 seems to be sleeping a little better lately, but this morning he woke at round 3 for a feed, so I fed him and put him back down, then DS1 woke screaming at 4:30, I think he had his first actual nightmare, and so DH slept with him in the spare room as he seemed really scared, then 5:30 DS2 woke for another feed, and then DS1 got up at 6

    DH has gone for a surf now and I'm up in the lounge with DS1 as he refused to go back to sleep

    DS2 is still soundly asleep and it's 6:30 now

    Ahh the joys.... Haha

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    Ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Can't even tell you what times DS woke because he didn't sleep!
    Sorry LNO I wasn't thanking your post because I liked it, It just sounded funny the way you wrote it in my sleep deprived state...

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    Lmao that's ok DS is currently asleep on me in the recliner. His teething bad.


 

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