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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    How do they manage to sleep through everything? And when he complains that he's "so tired" I just shoot daggers at him with my bloodshot eyes.
    Tell me about it! I did all the night settling with my two and he only helped if they were inconsolable (crying for 1/2 hour plus - which wasn't often) and I needed a break. He would always complain about how tired he was and told me he was still waking up the same amount of times as me.....uh yeah but you can fall straight back to sleep - dufus!!! Made me so mad!

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    Hubby has no recollection of even waking up sometimes. He will wake at 1-2am with us and be like "wow he has done so well tonight I'm proud of him!" **** off this is our 4th wake, shut up and go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    He feeds hourly during the day lol
    Oh dear

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Hubby has no recollection of even waking up sometimes. He will wake at 1-2am with us and be like "wow he has done so well tonight I'm proud of him!" **** off this is our 4th wake, shut up and go away.
    Ha ha typical man

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    He feeds hourly during the day lol
    Hey sorry to interrupt if this is the case to me it suggests habit and/or feeding/settling technique is at play.
    Room for improvement with changes to the routine

    Good luck feel free to PM if you need anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Hey sorry to interrupt if this is the case to me it suggests habit and/or feeding/settling technique is at play.
    Room for improvement with changes to the routine

    Good luck feel free to PM if you need anything
    I'm very sure it is habit, and I know for a fact theirs room for improvement. It's the how we are struggling with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    I'm very sure it is habit, and I know for a fact theirs room for improvement. It's the how we are struggling with.
    Did you mention in another thread he has reflux, my DD had reflux and fed a lot but not because she was hungry, because she was in pain but the sucking gave her more milk which in turn made her more sore and fed more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Did you mention in another thread he has reflux, my DD had reflux and fed a lot but not because she was hungry, because she was in pain but the sucking gave her more milk which in turn made her more sore and fed more often.
    Yes I expect that is half the reason here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Hubby has no recollection of even waking up sometimes. He will wake at 1-2am with us and be like "wow he has done so well tonight I'm proud of him!" **** off this is our 4th wake, shut up and go away.
    Haha!! This!
    Sorry ladies just lurking for sleep tips and had to comment my husband said something equally as stupid the other day
    *facepalm

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