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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    I could cry . He was difficult getting to sleep, woke after first sleep cycle. Then 9, 11.30, 1 (but I was able to keep him asleep until 4 to feed--but I didn't really sleep, had to keep my arm him to keep him asleep because he was jerking all over the shop). Then DH resettled at 5 and 6 and he woke at 6.30.

    I feel like I'm dying....

    I know he's going through some big changes, whether he's swaddled or not his body is jerking everywhere when he's trying to sleep, he's chatting in his sleep, etc. He's been grasping things for a week or so so must be working on some other new talent!

    So hard not to try formula....
    Holly after this phase your bub will probably come out playing the piano, tap dancing and singing like Adele!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Holly after this phase your bub will probably come out playing the piano, tap dancing and singing like Adele!
    He has added squealing to his chatting repertoire the past two days.

    It's was promising the first two hours of his sleep tonight but 9.15pm now and been in three times in the past 45 mins...

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    Had a crappy sleep last night too probably due to the projectile vomit he did right before bed.

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    We were up at 10, 11, and 12.30. But them she slept till 7!!!

    So just keep going, it will get better. (DD1 is 6m so a bit older). She got bad at just before 5 months and it's been a few good nights then a few bad.

    Meanwhile I promised my 2.5 year old a trip to the shops if she stayed in her own bed all night, looks like I'm off to the shops today. Soon you will be able to bribe your baby too

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    I think DS is getting sick too (actually both of them) great! Just what I need.

    Lucky they are so darn cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    We were up at 10, 11, and 12.30. But them she slept till 7!!!

    So just keep going, it will get better. (DD1 is 6m so a bit older). She got bad at just before 5 months and it's been a few good nights then a few bad.

    Meanwhile I promised my 2.5 year old a trip to the shops if she stayed in her own bed all night, looks like I'm off to the shops today. Soon you will be able to bribe your baby too
    Wish my 3 yr old dd was easy to bribe nothing works for her she still shares our bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    I think DS is getting sick too (actually both of them) great! Just what I need.

    Lucky they are so darn cute.
    Oh no I hope it's not too bad!!

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    So DS had his 4 month needles this morning. He is quite whingy and sounds like he's sick too. Yay. Tonight's going to be a good one! I can feel it

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    I hope not for your sake if not his

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    Is the 4 month sleep regression the same as the wonder weeks?

    According to my wonder week app, DS should be past it already (2 days ago) and he's STILL waking a LOT at night

    He just won't resettle at all unless indeed him and it's every 2 hours

    He is a bit sick but not too bad, he's still happy no temps etc. So it can't be that

    Every time he wakes he does a heap of farts and then cries. He's never been bugged by wind before and could always resettle himself

    when will this end!!!


 

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