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    She did ! Woke just as I laid down! Lol

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    Gotta love that sixth sense babies have. The only thing DS can't sleep through is me slipping into bed !

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    I heard that when bubs are that little, feed within 3 hrs through the day and 5 he's at night. I followed this with ds, I found it a good way to keep track of feeds if you're exhausted.
    Are you able to dream feed her? I love doing that. Pick her up and feed sitting in the dark with as little disruption as possible. Hopefully she will stay asleep. Worth a try?

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    i always lived by 'NEVER wake a sleeping baby'. or child for that matter. (DD was still alseep this morn and we have to leave for kindy at 8.30...still NOT waking her).
    Think of it as your doing a wonderful job. She wouldnt sleep if she wasnt content.
    I wouldnt express, maybe just hand express a little to take the pressure off.
    Your doing a great job.

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    Yes I never wake my baby now she's gaining good weight. Sleep is just as important as its their time to grow.

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    Ahh thank you everyone! This breast feeding caper seems more complicated than it really is. :-) after my DS experience I am worried that my milk will deplete and she will have none!

    Yup Katherinelouise! It's like an alarm in their heads isn't it? Lol

    Now to battle the windy belly !!


 

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