Congratulations on the arrival of Adele Becca. Great to hear from you.
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23-06-2014 10:25 #611
23-06-2014 12:01 #612
Having a shocker. R gone from sleeping 7pm to around 2am ish (even did 7pm - 3.45am one night) and is now back to last night feeding every 3 hours. She won't settle in her bed now today either. I hold her til she is asleep and then manage to transition her to bed fine and then she wakes up about 5 mins later. Think the most she has done today in her bed is 30 mins.
Anyone got any ideas or advice?? She is 9 weeks old on Wednesday.
23-06-2014 12:04 #613
Snap!! I've had the same problem the last two nights! Wonder week maybe?....
23-06-2014 12:12 #614
I hate wonder weeks. Just looked up the chart and this is supposed to be a sunny period with the next leap starting in 3 days. I can't wait for the bad stuff if this is supposed to be good!!
Last edited by bedlover; 23-06-2014 at 12:19.
23-06-2014 12:37 #615
Congrats Becca on the birth of Adele, lovely name. Sounds like a great birth.
Good luck with recovery and the hazy few weeks ahead xxxx
23-06-2014 12:47 #616
Bedlover, we had the same last week and Abi was 9 weeks on Friday. Because she was pretty much born on her due date it was a wonder week for us. I was losing my mind because night sleeps were her thing...but when we lost that and only had catnaps I was a mess.
We got her night sleeps back but it's taking around 2/3 hours for her to settle. She's now going to sleep around 8 or 9pm and not 7pm. I got her to sleep in her bassinet finally and she slept for 30mins, waking up for her 3hourly feed. Was able to fold some clothes and hang a load of washing. Need more breaks during the day but I'm happy I got some sleep last night.
I have no advice. No idea what I'm doing. Trying to stay a bit consistent with wrapping before sleeping and trying to get her to self settle but it's not really working. Have to pat her to sleep in her bassinet even though she's tired when I put her down.
Might go see a nurse tomorrow about it. Was recommended this lady so will let you know if she says anything helpful.
23-06-2014 15:23 #617
Wow so happy to hear Raffael & Millie's birth announcement hope you are both recovering well & bubs are healthy.
AFM took Hilton to an osteopath appt the other day and she reckons she can help him in lots of ways maybe even with his wind pain as thinks his tummy muscles are tight from the short 2 vessel cord also this is likely why he didn't like tummy time but the next day we tried and he was fine with it YAY it could even help his chucky & projectile vomit espisodes too.
He also favoured his right side (always held his head to right and legs twisted that way too) anyway since she did first stretches (no invasive so he didn't mind) he has been turning his head to the left a lot more and even seems to be more relaxed in how he holds his arms (not always squished against his face). So far so good! 5 appts on a weekly basis then will go fortnightly for awhile after that but impressed so far!
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23-06-2014 17:33 #618Senior Member
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Jay11 - that sounds so positive, hope all keeps going well
23-06-2014 20:20 #619
Lots do let me know what the nurse person says.
How long did it take for your nights to come good again?
This mummy gig is so damn hard! It does get easier - it must have with DS or we wouldn't have gone back!! Just can't remember when it gets easier!??
23-06-2014 21:28 #620
Congrats Becca.. Thanks for updating us.. Enjoy being home with your princess.
Bedlover that's so draining!! I don't really have any advice as we are all over the place over here and I'm too tired to do anything about it! Lol Mia catnaps every afternoon.. Lucky if I get a 30 min break.. She is then up from about 5pm till 10-11pm! Shes very unsettled and wants to be held the whole time.. Luckily once she does fall asleep it's usually for 4 hours or sometimes 5-6 hours..I'm hoping things will just get better???(wishful thinking) It is really tough....
Lots I'm interested to see what the nurse says too..
Jay the Osteo sounds good.. Hope it keeps getting better..
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