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    Glad some of you had a good night

    Ours was absolute sh1te again. DS2 was back to waking every 20 mins through the night and I ended up just sitting up with him on me. He seems to have a few rubbish days and nights like this, and then goes back to self-settling and having 2 hour naps day and night for a few days. Does anyone else's bub alternate like this?

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    @salsamamma - is he still wrapped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    Glad some of you had a good night

    Ours was absolute sh1te again. DS2 was back to waking every 20 mins through the night and I ended up just sitting up with him on me. He seems to have a few rubbish days and nights like this, and then goes back to self-settling and having 2 hour naps day and night for a few days. Does anyone else's bub alternate like this?
    Ahhhh yes mine does that you poor thing


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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    @salsamamma - is he still wrapped?
    He's in a love to dream swaddle

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    He's in a love to dream swaddle
    Mine was too and once I took him out he started sleeping a little better he hasn't used one for around 4-5 weeks


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    LNO, how old was he? DS is 11 weeks and I assume he's still got his startle reflex so am reluctant to go with nothing.

    I'm hoping this is just a development phase and it passes soon. DS1 has been a bit of a handful too which makes it more tiring.

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    He was almost 5 months old he had his startle reflex until just after. The sleep school told me the longer you wrap the longer the startle reflex takes to go away. I guess that's true because I didn't wrap any of my others from 4 weeks old and they lost it within a couple of weeks


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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    LNO, how old was he? DS is 11 weeks and I assume he's still got his startle reflex so am reluctant to go with nothing.

    I'm hoping this is just a development phase and it passes soon. DS1 has been a bit of a handful too which makes it more tiring.
    I was using the love to dream until last week. I definitely couldn't stop until after 4 months. We started using the 50/50 a couple weeks ago and worked a treat!

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    Yep we used the 50/50 it was great even as a low tog sleeping bag


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    Well my nights have been far far better since DH told me to stop using that 'love to wake up' swaddle!!

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