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    In terms of using dummy, it is possible to sleep train and keep dummy. You can buy a comforter bunny called sleepy tot which has Velcro paws for attaching a dummy, or stitch some short ribbon and dummies to a comforter blanket. That makes it easier for bub to find dummy themselves. Both mine took about 2 weeks or so to figure it out.

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    Is there a reason that you are confident bub doesn't need an overnight feed?

    I could get DS to resettle several times overnight but by 4am only a feed would do. If I just gave the feed at the 1am wakeup he would then often just go through until morning with no other wake-ups.

    He's a fussy eater and I just don't think he was able to eat enough through the day. He started sleeping 7-7 after 2, when his eating improved a lot (so we possibly fall into the "medical reason" for not sleeping through).

    My first bub was much leaner and never needed the volume of food he does. She was sleeping 6pm-7am at 12 weeks. Kids are weird!

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