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    Oh girls that's terrible hope you get some sleep soon... im managing 2 hour blocks between feeds so maybe 6 hours so cant complain too much going to start a day nap this week as starting to catch up on me... the broken sleep that is... thanks for the advice xx

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    It certainly catches up with you! Oh how I would love a 2 hour block!!! Can only hope for tonight...

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    I know I'm lucky don't worry I know but she was routines from the start being a nursery baby for 4 weeks... she's just so noisy it's so funny

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    Yesssss H is sooooo noisy it's ridiculous

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    I've been too scared to post for fear of the wrath of sleep deprived mums ... I got 8 hours sleep last night. Hubs and I tag team so both of us get a block of usually 6 hours sleep fairly uninterrupted.

    We let EJ just make noise if she isn't crying. Up to a point. Only way to describe her noises are dinosaur noises ... This morning she was asleep but roaring for almost 2 hours! I picked her up and she slept for another 2 on me but without the roaring.

    She's currently asleep on me again as she woke with wind pains. She had 3 poops around lunch time and the rumbling in the pants has started again. Hoping it's just gas ... Or that's a whole lotta poop!!

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    We have been dealing with pains here all day too. I feel bad - I think I might of ate something that's not disagreeing with him while I was at Eat Street last night

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    It's tough isn't it?
    I hate hearing her cry with tummy ache .. And we've been trying to switch her day/night by keeping her a bit more active and less sleepy during the day but today I've spent a fair amount of the day cuddling and rocking her to sleep so hopefully it'll pass while she sleeps .. Have probably set myself up for a long night ahead!

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    Having my actual baby to physically look after is quite foreign to me still at this point!

    I've been nesting up a storm today. I even scrubbed my front door. it's not as completely bonkers as it seems- we're having our baby shower next weekend. Okay it still sounds a little bonkers but I'm running out of stuff inside to clean. I'm pretty sure I'm not going to be able to keep going like this for much longer anyways. It's getting hard to lift and bend! Hubby keeps telling me off for lifting and moving things around but I can't wait for him to help me all the time.

    And for the women who are still pregnant and suffering from heartburn, speak to your doc about Zantac. I was waking up 5 times a night and throwing up daily because of killer heartburn but since taking one Zantac a day I'm not waking or throwing up. I feel like a new woman and wish I'd thought to ask my OB about it sooner!

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    I was on Zantac. Definitely a winner.
    Hearing your baby crying while there's nothing you can do to fix it is awful. He's not a cryer unless he's hungry, or you're wiping his balls with a cold wet wipe (and let's be honest, you'd cry too if someone woke you up at 2am and wet your balls....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woof5105 View Post
    It's tough isn't it?
    I hate hearing her cry with tummy ache .. And we've been trying to switch her day/night by keeping her a bit more active and less sleepy during the day but today I've spent a fair amount of the day cuddling and rocking her to sleep so hopefully it'll pass while she sleeps .. Have probably set myself up for a long night ahead!
    Hey woof, I know this may sound silly but according to the maternal and child health nurses, sleep promotes sleep. So the better sleep they have during the day, the better they sleep at night. It still works for my dd. If she doesn't sleep long during the day, her night sleep is restless but with a good day sleep we barely hear a peep out of her overnight!

    I found with dd the way to get her to realise day from night was to let her sleep during the day with the blinds open and dark at night. It didn't take her long at all to adjust!


 

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