@binnielici I'm with you on this sleep deprivation. Last night dd2 went to bed at 730pm (had a late nap).
Our night looked like this- feed 1030/1 resettle/2 feed, stayed unsettled and grizzly/3 feed/4 feed/430 dd1 was screaming for a Freddo frog so I had to talk to her (WTF- dreaming?)/530 dh alarm/6 both kids were up
Dd2 seems much better. Still a little snuffy but happier now. I guess I'll have to sleep train her AGAIN as she's getting worse with sleep instead of improving. I just feel bad for having to go through it so many times as it's not nice on either of us but I'm not coping again. She's completely off her solids and already dreading the 12 month weigh in knowing she's dropped in percentiles like dd1 did at that age.
When does it get easier again?!?
Eta: I do recall dd1s sleep completely went to pot between the 8-10 month mark
Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 01-09-2016 at 07:14.
Yeah that doesn't help
Edit: in relation to his hair
Last edited by Olive Oil; 01-09-2016 at 07:02.
@Little Miss Sunshine oh it get easier when they've moved out of home .... Oh hang on except I worry about DS1 getting his girlfriend pregnant, get a one punch hit from behind every single Friday & Saturday night, about him losing his job, his drinking, why he isn't saving for a home - will he ever afford a home....
Not sure it does get easier 😭
@binnielici I used to give DS a half dose of infacol before a feed (doc said it was ok for a newborn), but if you don't want to try that have you tried block feeding? Game changer for me.
Hope your little man got some sleep x
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