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    Default So over this--- 5.5 month old

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    Meant to say he currently is fine so long as I'm holding him or he's watching siblings. He doesn't even look tired but then it's like a switch flips and he's balling his eyes out and he's so hard to get to sleep. DH wants to let him cry. I can't do that on top of everything else. Just waiting for the switch to flip... Surely 30 mins is not enough sleep for a 5.5 month old

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    I found it impossible to get a routine with my last baby. I had three older children, who were in grade one, and then two in preschool. my baby seemed to just sleep when he was tired. I was constantly waking him up to go for a school drop off or pick up. he seemed to adapt his sleep to suit, im so glad he was never a grumpy child. I think the only thing you can do, is let him sleep as much as you can, and work with him if you need to nurse him to sleep. they seem to catch up after a few days. marie.


 

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