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    Lol...as "normal" as crazy babies are, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Yes i agree, this happened with DD and id completely forgotten about the 4 month regression. I still thonk of Charlie as like a newborn baby but he's not one anymore! Seems we are both in the thick of it I do remember by 6 months with DD things were back to normal.
    Yes it's hard to believe my little dd2 is already 3 months old! Something weird happens with the passage of time when it takes so long to conceive a baby, suddenly it seems to be flying by.

    I read this on bf babies while they're so distracted, rang so true:

    https://www.sdbfc.com/blog/2015/4/8/...very-different

    My dd1's sleep went to poo at about 3.5 months, and was pretty hard going for ages. Mostly I think because the first time around I was clueless and actually prevented her from sleeping well. She's still a little sleep fighter at 6 though, will think of 1001 reasons not to go to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
    Yes it's hard to believe my little dd2 is already 3 months old! Something weird happens with the passage of time when it takes so long to conceive a baby, suddenly it seems to be flying by.

    I read this on bf babies while they're so distracted, rang so true:

    https://www.sdbfc.com/blog/2015/4/8/...very-different

    My dd1's sleep went to poo at about 3.5 months, and was pretty hard going for ages. Mostly I think because the first time around I was clueless and actually prevented her from sleeping well. She's still a little sleep fighter at 6 though, will think of 1001 reasons not to go to bed.
    Yep, that article was great, nailed it. Thanks for sharing it. This pretty much describes it exactly. I feel silly having had so little time between bubs, yet I have trouble remembering at what ages/stages things happen. DH and I have to keep checking photos with dates to try to remember when DD started developing new skills and going through changes. All just seems like a dream really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Yep, that article was great, nailed it. Thanks for sharing it. This pretty much describes it exactly. I feel silly having had so little time between bubs, yet I have trouble remembering at what ages/stages things happen. DH and I have to keep checking photos with dates to try to remember when DD started developing new skills and going through changes. All just seems like a dream really.
    I found this great book I forgot I had bought when dd1 was a baby, it's called 'Baby's first skills' by Miriam Stoppard. I mostly like it because it has a chart which illustrates the the age range at which babies do things, really handy. Will see if I can fit it in a photo and post.

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    Gah no it doesn't, you can't see the words clearly can you...I tried to attach the original photo but it wouldn't let me. I think the original may be too big a file to attach but can't work out how to get around this so BH lets me post the photo.
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