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    I'm so sorry pepper. I don't have any advice; at 12 weeks old we still wake hourly to feed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper1977 View Post
    Sorry for the late news, it's been a whirlwind. Abby Peta arrived at 1444 on the 12th October. We left hospital 3 days later - midwives were lovely but amazing how different they were on techniques and instructions. Little Abby is like a jeckyl and Hyde baby. During the day she naps and feeds in regular patterns and does not grizzle at all. At night she will not sleep unless held, wants to constantly feed and just won't settle - need advice ladies. I am so tired but if I put her down she screams non stop, I so need sleep but it's just out of reach
    My dd was the same. We ended up putting a piece of clothing from both my husband and I in bassinet and warmed the bassinet up before with a heat pack and it worked a treat... are you using a dummy? No judgement if not but it might help?

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    Hi pepper1977 we had the same thing happen when Joey was first born. He had his days and nights mixed up. What helped us was tight swaddling ( love to dream swaddled are amazing I find. First time I used it he slept 5 1/2 hours at night and now regularly does that) and white noise. And time. It probably took 2 weeks before he worked out day and night. Hang in there it does get better I know that's no consolation now though!

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    Yes and as mona says a dummy helps too I find!

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    Has anyone with a shocking sleeper managed to settle *without* dummy?

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    Thx ladies, will get some swaddling wraps today as I will try anything at this stage. Have been using the dummy but it has worked dependent on how upset Abby is. Will let ya know how I go overnight 😃

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    Pepper if you hold her until she is in a deep sleep (min 20 minutes for my guy) and then put her down will she still wake up immediately?

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    She sure does gypsy but only at night time, during the day I can get her sleeping lightly in my arms and she then goes down is bassinet easy as pie. Last night I got to sleep at 6am lol. At night she wants to constantly feed as well

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    Max William was born today at 10.39 weighing in at 3840g and 56cm long
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    Congrats meshell!!!! Nice big boy


 

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