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    They like to keep us awake don't they! DS has been cluster feeding a bit today after a much easier night. I spoke to the hospital (the nursery is available for BF help over the phone) and they agreed that I should stop the expressing now that my boobs have settled down and to go back to offering both sides at each feed. We'll see if that makes any difference. In the meantime I guess I'll just settle on the couch and feed!

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    Hi @Cue how's your DS sleeping now? I hope he has improved a bit for you

    DS2 is settling into only waking 2-3 times overnight now and is having some good awake time during the day. He's way less windy and uncomfortable too - I think my milk has settled down a bit. So it seems we are on the right track now and hopefully his sleep can only get better from here.

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    That's great Taiyed!

    DS is doing better, his unsettled time seems to have shifted to the afternoon/evening and he's sleeping better at night. Last night he slept from 10pm to 5am! I really needed the sleep but my poor boobs were going to explode.

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