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7.5 month old sleep!


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#1 123Babies4Me

Posted 24 February 2019 - 07:23 PM

Last week my daughter cracked our tooth no.3. She had mild fevers for a day and was grumpy, but now she’s fine. But she’s been waking every two hours to feed overnight. Even at the start of the night when they usually sleep for a good few hours she’ll wake after 45 mins and be difficult to settle!
We’ve moved to 2 naps, and she’s been crawling/standing/sitting for a few weeks now. The dr checked her out last week and said she seemed fine. Help?!?

#2 1lexi1

Posted 24 February 2019 - 07:37 PM

There's an 8/9/10 month sleep regression which varies when it actually starts. It's just a phase they go through - there's so much developmentally going on for such a little person, it's hard to process and just switch off. Add some teething pain to that....

I feel for you!! My son is 9mo and is just sleeping through again in the last two nights after a month of up to five wake-ups a night, all only settled with a breastfeed. Here's hoping his found his mojo again! I just keep telling myself that he's only little for a little while and this too shall pass. (Although I know I've got it very good with him). I hope she gets back to settled soon.




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