Agree with alimia, it has to be an infant chiro or an osteo, not just any old bone-cracking sports-injury type chiro. What do you know about the chiro you are going to see elleandsam?
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21-12-2011 10:47 #21
21-12-2011 11:10 #22
If he's sleeping through now bur waking at 3.30am, have you tried introducing a dream-feed/top-up before you go to bed or around 10-11pm?
21-12-2011 11:12 #23
Sorry, hit send too fast! Giving him a top up may just help him sleep that bit longer was my point...may not work, but I'd be trying anything to NOT start my day that early. my D S has started waking between 5-6am and i thought that was bad! I feel for you *hugs*.
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21-12-2011 11:41 #24
I'd try a dream feed first for a week or two ... Then if that didn't work I'd drop a day sleep ... Dripping a day sleep means a week or two of mr cranky pants but it'll be worth it if it works ...
(((hugs))) I have a friend whose son is the same age as mr magoo and never grew out of 4am wake ups - I don't know how she does it!
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21-12-2011 12:04 #25Senior Member
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I have absolutely no advice, but just want to share that we're going through similar stuff and it sucks.
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21-12-2011 12:11 #26
Can you put him to bed later?
21-12-2011 12:18 #27
Can you call tresillian or karitane? They might get you to come in for a few days for a residential
21-12-2011 12:22 #28
You know my daughter was doing this. It started at around 8 months and she would be up to start the day at 4 am every day until she was 13 months when I dropped her am breast feed...She was obviously waking so early as she was so excited about boobie... since that day she has slept in until 730 every morning.... would you consider dropping his morning feed? Hope you find some answers that work soon...
21-12-2011 12:56 #29
I'm going to try a dreamfeed tonight and see what happens. I would be 100% happy with a 5am wake up, anything before 4 is just unbearable.
21-12-2011 12:59 #30
Hopefully that helps. I know if my DS has just one feed at midnight he wakes at 5.30am. If he wakes for a second at 4am though he sleeps till 7am.
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