I think DS is going through his 3rd wonder leap as he has been quite fussy... However, he is also sleeping more during the day..
Normally he would have his short morning nap from 8-10 then goes back down around 1130/12pm to wake at around 3.00pm
But he has been sleeping in the morning from 8- 12pm his last feed was at 6.30.....should I b waking him up for a feed??
Is more sleep normal during a wonder week??
Thanks in advance
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14-05-2014 11:05 #1Senior Member
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12 week sleep, wonder week
14-05-2014 13:32 #2
I think I read it can be normal to sleep more during a WW. Unfortunately mine have always slept less which is more common. Whether it's a WW or not just enjoy it while it lasts!
How does the longer sleep affect him later on? Is he still sleeping well overnight? I would be worried the 4 hr day sleep is robbing the night sleep but if he's still fine at night don't worry and make the most of it.
At 12 weeks I wouldn't wake for a feed unless there are health/weight issues that mean you should.
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