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    Oh wanted to add he was getting up at 2am last week for 1-2 hours. Only a few days and thankfully dh helped out but that's very unusual for him (he usually resettles very quickly.

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    Another 5am wakeup 😩. I got them to stop for a few days and now they're back. I'm so confused about what to do to stop it. I think he's waking so early because he's hungry but he eats pretty well so I don't think I can get more food in him during the day! I'm hoping maybe when the clocks fall back in October and it's darker here maybe he'll sleep in longer. Maybe there's a bird tweeting outside his window or something? Who knows really. Maybe I just have to embrace the early waker, I don't think I'm willing to shorten his day nap to less than two hours, I think he needs it but so do I!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Another 5am wakeup 😩. I got them to stop for a few days and now they're back. I'm so confused about what to do to stop it. I think he's waking so early because he's hungry but he eats pretty well so I don't think I can get more food in him during the day! I'm hoping maybe when the clocks fall back in October and it's darker here maybe he'll sleep in longer. Maybe there's a bird tweeting outside his window or something? Who knows really. Maybe I just have to embrace the early waker, I don't think I'm willing to shorten his day nap to less than two hours, I think he needs it but so do I!
    Or you could accept your 5am waker (I have one) and just go with it. It doesn't matter if it's sunny or pitch black outside, my dd2 wakes at 5.15-25am EVERY SINGLE DAY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Or you could accept your 5am waker (I have one) and just go with it. It doesn't matter if it's sunny or pitch black outside, my dd2 wakes at 5.15-25am EVERY SINGLE DAY.
    Haha! I think I'm kinda there, it's just painful😉. If I slept well I probably would find it a bit easier to accept. I just needed a vent as I don't really think it's something I can 'sleep train' out of him, he's VERY happy waking at that time. I do think he's hungry though, he woke at 3 the night before last because his teeth were bothering him and I gave him a bottle and he slept until 7.15!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Haha! I think I'm kinda there, it's just painful😉. If I slept well I probably would find it a bit easier to accept. I just needed a vent as I don't really think it's something I can 'sleep train' out of him, he's VERY happy waking at that time. I do think he's hungry though, he woke at 3 the night before last because his teeth were bothering him and I gave him a bottle and he slept until 7.15!
    Pls vent away. Its bloody frustrating hearing "is it breakfast time?" at that hour.

    For a while I was leaving dry cereal and a uht milk popper on the playroom table so she could eat and not irritate me but then I discovered she would wake at 2-3am looking for breakfast.... And then STAY awake. Urgh.

    So now we have a policy that no brekky till Sun comes up. So dd2 sits by the window and shrieks " mummy the sun is waking up" every bloody day.

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    Haha harvs! One of the reasons I sleep in DS' room is because of the blackout blinds, especially when it's still light at 10pm and I want to sleep! So cozy in there!

    Yesterday at naptime I let him sleep until he woke on his own, so almost 3 hours! He woke at 4.30am standing up and chatting and I was like 'oh god what have I done?!' I laid him back down, he chatted once more and I said 'shoosh!' and he ended up sleeping until 7.05!!! 👯👯👯

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    Is it bad that my little man will fall asleep in his pram and sleep for a couple of hours or fall asleep on my chest for another couple of hours but not sleep in his bed during the day? When it comes to bedtime tho he sleeps in his cot waking every 2.5hrs.. Help..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecky Dee View Post
    Is it bad that my little man will fall asleep in his pram and sleep for a couple of hours or fall asleep on my chest for another couple of hours but not sleep in his bed during the day? When it comes to bedtime tho he sleeps in his cot waking every 2.5hrs.. Help..
    How old? If under 6mths then I'm going to say "within the realms of normal".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    How old? If under 6mths then I'm going to say "within the realms of normal".
    He's 7 weeks.. When do Bubs tend to start sleeping thru the night more?


 

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