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    Default 5 month old waking more often

    DD would normally go at bed at 7pm and wake around 1am and 5am yhen 8am. The last week she has been waking at 10pm, 1am, 4am then 6am. Its exhausting. Is this normal? Is there anything I can do to change this? Is it a growth spurt?

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    Could it be a wonder week? Or a sleep regression?
    I know with my DD during a wonder week her sleep goes to hell afterwards she goes back to her "normal" sleep patterns. In saying that DD is 1 and has never been a good sleeper.

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    I think it's normal. My LO did the same at that age. She is 7 months now and is only just starting to sleep through again and is beginning to settle herself.


 

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