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    My little guy just won't settle properly after his second night feed. He goes to sleep between 6-7 and then his Dad gives him a bottle between 11-12 and then I give him one between 4-5am. He's 14 weeks today. I feel like a bad mum when I can't get him back to sleep and I know he's still tired. Sometimes I just leave him in the bassinet to fuss around until I'm ready to get up. He never gets to the point where he is crying, but I know he gets frustrated because I can hear him breathing like he is and then give a little frustrated cry. It's frustrating for both of us because I feel that if I go over there, it just stimulates him more and then neither of us go back to sleep. >.< And naps during the day. Sometimes I feel as though him protesting it is part of the routine! lol >.< Wouldn't it be lovely if we all had babies who just pleasantly drifted off without a fight?

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    Hi hun.
    It's sounds like you have a great little sleeper for the most part.
    The only thing I can suggest is moving the first bottle back to 10pm and making it a dream feed.
    Then the 4-5 one should be 3am and you might get a 7am wake up.
    Mine never slept that well until 8 months so I'm not sure what else to suggest.
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    Hi hun.
    It's sounds like you have a great little sleeper for the most part.
    The only thing I can suggest is moving the first bottle back to 10pm and making it a dream feed.
    Then the 4-5 one should be 3am and you might get a 7am wake up.
    Mine never slept that well until 8 months so I'm not sure what else to suggest.
    Good luck.

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    Thank you He's a good boy. How many times in a row should I try the dreamfeed before I see it succeed/fail? he's been starting to stir consistently at about 5. sometimes it's 5.30. I will just try to leave him a bit longer before I rush in and maybe we can make it to 6am which I am totally fine with waking up then since it's daylight.

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    Well its been over 7 long month's since I joined bubhub to talk to other sleepless mums. And my ds still wakes up to 8 times a night. Come onnnnnnn I need a break! I love him but wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Well its been over 7 long month's since I joined bubhub to talk to other sleepless mums. And my ds still wakes up to 8 times a night. Come onnnnnnn I need a break! I love him but wow!

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    I hear ya. My 13 month old is no better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    I hear ya. My 13 month old is no better.
    Yup. 14 months here *sigh*

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    I feel your pain ladies.
    Ds2 is 18 months and I have still got sleep issues.

    I know that it takes 2 weeks to form a habit with baby's and the dream feed isn't for every Bub. I would just give it a go until you have had enough.

    The only thing that I have found that works is medical formula and even with that he wakes 3-5 times a night.
    It's an improvement on 8 but still not good.

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    Yep. Still prone to sleep issues here, although I feel a lot more equipped to deal with them these days.

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    I don't understand why my 11 week old Dd has gone from being a pretty good night time sleeper to waking every 3 hours and taking at least an hour to feed and settle. She used to have at least one good stretch of 5ish hours and only be up for around 15 minutes when she did wake. I'm just so tired. I want to cry. :-(

    I know a lot of people have it worse and I shouldn't complain. Sorry. I'm just finding it tough.

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