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    @VicPark my DS is obsessed with his hands too!! I also thought of a grobag but I'm worried he will wake more.. Oh wait I don't think it could get any worse!! Surely!

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    My DD2 hit the sleep regression just before 5 months. She used to sleep 12hrs. I think she was starting to come out of it then teething and Roseola hit. She's now just over 6 months and still sleeping bad.

    Here's the kicker: the two hourly wake ups were killing me. This week it's bend EVERY SLEEP CYCLE. So every 30-40 minutes she wakes up. I dearly wish I could go back to two hourly wake ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    When?????
    Child dependent. Dd1 1 week. Dd2 4 weeks.

    You know me.... I don't believe in sleep training.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    @VicPark my DS is obsessed with his hands too!! I also thought of a grobag but I'm worried he will wake more.. Oh wait I don't think it could get any worse!! Surely!
    DS is waking the same whether in his love to dream Swaddle or grobag. (I tried the love to dream again the night before last at 3 hoping he'd stay asleep). If anything he may have woken slightly more. So the grobag definitely isn't making it worse (for me at least).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Hugs all of you. It does get better. I know not all of you are fans of bed sharing but it was a lifesaver when my dd2 hit that 4mth nightmare.

    The best feeds for bub to boost mums milk is that feed 3-5am as your hormones are highest.

    This will pass!

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    I semi bed share, he's in a bednest which is a small cot that attaches to our bed. I do move him at whatever wake up before 4am because I'm in London and it's getting light at 4am (ahhhh) right now and we don't have black out blinds on our window. So he starts out in his room (light until 10pm as well) then our room until his 3 or 4 am wake up.

    Last night maybe was a little better.... That 9pm wake up. Then 11.30, then 2 but I was able to resettle until 3 with just my hand resting on him (the night before I'd done this at 1am so he woke an hour later than he had been). Then he woke at 5 but had DH resettle him until 6.15....
    @VicPark. Your bad night was a good night for me!!!!!!!! Not sure you're allowed in this thread

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    This is one of the posts I've found helpful:

    http://askmoxie.org/blog/2013/05/sho...month-old.html

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    Hey holly and SA girl.... Im
    Not saying this to be hoighty..... But to give hope....Last night my DS2 slept from 7:15pm-6:15am! And he literally woke up and was all of a sudden firmly able to grasp things with his hands.... And my boobs got a bit hard today...

    Which leads me to the conclusion bub has been going through a growth spurt, needing extra milk ... To fund a development phase .

    - as it turns out ds1 woke instead last night so it wasn't a clean sleep. I won't be so cocky as to expect a repeat performance from ds2 tonight.

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    @VicPark - funny you should say that because my night was almost the same with DS1 waking and DS 2 waking for his first and only night feed at round 4:30!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    @VicPark - funny you should say that because my night was almost the same with DS1 waking and DS 2 waking for his first and only night feed at round 4:30!!!
    Hmmmm... I wonder how Holly went?

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    My four month old DS was waking up to 5 times an hour during the four month sleep regression it changed him completely. His back to waking only a couple times a night now which was his norm. The last 4 nights he has only woken for one feed.
    Last edited by LiterallyNoOne; 05-06-2014 at 19:21.


 

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