It's 35 degrees (no aircon). Dd2 is 6 weeks. She slept good last night then from 8am-1115am napped, had a feed put herself back to sleep before 12pm when I made dd1s lunch, and she's STILL sleeping almost 4 hours later. So she's been awake for less than an hour since 8am!
It's not so much the sleeping but the lack of fluids and breast feeding...
Should I wake her? She's definitely breathing....
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11-12-2015 14:49 #1
Quick q- should I wake her?!?
11-12-2015 14:55 #2
Personally I would, but then if my bubbas were still sleepy at that age, they'd feed and then go back to sleep.
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