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03-07-2012 13:12 #11
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03-07-2012 22:24 #13
I usually give my DS a banana before bed, sometimes rice crackers, but if his dinner was too close to bed time (sometimes we serve dinner later) then I wouldnt offer any other snack. Sometimes if they are too full they can be restless too
Just another thought, have you tired a different bed time? Do you think maybe your little one is sleeping too early or too much day sleep thats causing the night wakings? My DS was waking once or twice at night too, I thought he might be hungry too, but giving him evening snack didnt make any difference, and when he wakes up he doesnt seem to be hungry. So I cut down the day sleep by a bit and then moved his bedtime just 5~10 min later, and it worked!
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