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    My DD is 5 months this week and I've been giving her cereal with pureed apples for about an hour after her morning bottle and she is loving it.. ive also introduced and ice cube size amount of veggies about an hour before her last bottle at night and she is loving it. Sleeping much better during the day and a good 11-12 hours at night..

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    Hey all thanks so much! Tried the rice cereal tonight so fingers crossed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Is bub feeding to sleep? The 4 month sleep regression marks a permanent change in their sleep . They rouse from sleep every 40 minutes and if something isn't right in their environment they wake and unfortunately bring a permanent change means bub won't ever just go back to sleeping as he used to.
    This is what I read at https://childsleepscience.wordpress....done-about-it/ when our bub was around the 3 month mark. Really helped.

    I also like this one which has a lot of practical tips that you can pick and choose from. Her main message is that if you work on bub's daytime naps their night sleeping habits improve as well... here it is: http://www.meettheotts.com/four-mont...rvivors-guide/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucyca View Post
    Hello
    For baby's good sleep at night you should follow the following things;
    1.Learn some signs that mean he's tired
    2. Begin to teach your baby the difference between day and night
    3. Make a bedtime routine for baby
    4. Give your baby a chance to fall asleep on his own
    Hope these with practicing these points you will get a result.
    Best wishes.
    Thanks for this! These are things we already do. I do believe it was due to just feeding on demand with no real routine. Now we have a routine she is 10 times better.

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    Fascinating! I've noticed my four month old opening his eyes during his sleep to check I'm still there. He just goes right back to sleep, it's the sweetest thing


 

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