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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    I have no idea! He's only started doing it this week! Before that, he was sleeping 11pm - 7am and we loved it

    Now he starts chattering away at 4am in the bassinet next to us. He doesn't really want anything, just wants to chat!
    How old is your bubba? My DS was doing the same thing until he was 4/5 weeks old, and now even though he sleeps through the night (from about 7:30pm) he is up at 4-4:30am babbling through the monitor so we come see him xD


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    He's 8 weeks today!
    I had an awful thought this morning that maybe he's having a growth spurt and needs more food and I didn't feed him, I just gave him his dummy back and patted him. He went back to sleep.

    If he actually wanted/needed something he wouldn't have settled would he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    He's 8 weeks today!
    I had an awful thought this morning that maybe he's having a growth spurt and needs more food and I didn't feed him, I just gave him his dummy back and patted him. He went back to sleep.

    If he actually wanted/needed something he wouldn't have settled would he?
    I don't think he would have settled, at least not in my (albeit limited) experience. I mean, with my DS when he summons us in the wee hours, a little play and a cuddle and then we lay him back down in the cot and he goes straight to sleep! Mine tends to not be shy when he wants something, it goes from smiles to the "end of the world" cry in an instant xD


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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    He's 8 weeks today!
    I had an awful thought this morning that maybe he's having a growth spurt and needs more food and I didn't feed him, I just gave him his dummy back and patted him. He went back to sleep.

    If he actually wanted/needed something he wouldn't have settled would he?
    As a midwife told me- if they settle with the dummy they usually just want to comfort suck. If they still fuss with the dummy, they are probably hungry

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    Im fine now

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    I don't think I'll ever be on time for an appointment -.-" docs this morning with DS and as soon as we were about to head out the door he decided he is hungry half an hour earlier than usual.


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    And after being late, found out DS has contact dermatitis on his neck/shoulders ): and I can't figure out the trigger for the life of me /:


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    Just wore oil down the front of my shirt from a tin of tuna 😡

    Anyone know the best way to get that out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Just wore oil down the front of my shirt from a tin of tuna 😡

    Anyone know the best way to get that out?
    Dish washing liquid rubbed into the stain while it's still wet, then a hot wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Dish washing liquid rubbed into the stain while it's still wet, then a hot wash.
    Will give that a go thanks!


 

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