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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    Can you feeding lying down @sunnygirl79?
    I can and that is my normal approach after about 2am. However dS2 has been snotty/snuffly and seems to be worse lying on his back so I avoided that last night. Pretty sure that's what was waking him as he would only have a quick feed and fall straight back to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I can and that is my normal approach after about 2am. However dS2 has been snotty/snuffly and seems to be worse lying on his back so I avoided that last night. Pretty sure that's what was waking him as he would only have a quick feed and fall straight back to sleep.
    Did you put the cot/bassinet on an incline?

    My babies prefer to sleep on their sides or tummies too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I can and that is my normal approach after about 2am. However dS2 has been snotty/snuffly and seems to be worse lying on his back so I avoided that last night. Pretty sure that's what was waking him as he would only have a quick feed and fall straight back to sleep.
    Did you put the cot/bassinet on an incline?

    My babies prefer to sleep on their sides or tummies too.

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    We went out to church Easter dinner 6pm to 8pm, had a nice roast, listen to some songs the Sunday school kids made up about Easter. Got bsck home just after 8. Kids and I watched the footy til late. My dp went out with a mate (dp one $7000 on the pokies which is great as we need it for the house). Three kids went to bed at
    10pm and the other at 11pm.
    Tonight dp's friend is coming over for a few drinks (it's dp's friends birthday). Kids say they want to sleep in the lounge room tonight.


 

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