I check to see if he's actually awake or not, if he's asleep I touch his face or if that doesn't work I pick him and rock him. If he's awake I check his nappy, rock him and put him back, if he wont go back down I will feed him. He isn't normally hungry and sometimes he likes a comfort suck unless it's a growth spurt in which case he will feed for 45 mins
He always goes back to sleep in the night, if he didn't I'd take him into my bed and I am sure he would.
Harry woke at 2am last night (or this morning) I brought him downstairs - gave him a bottle and he fell asleep so put him back to bed. Anything after 4am I feed him and leave him downstairs with me as I normally get home around 5am ish xxx if he were to wake at anytime its normally because he is hungry xxx
As Poppy is only 7 weeks I feed her straight away. Hubby does a late feed around 10/11pm and then she wakes 3/4am. A few times she's woken at 5am and I've given her a dummy and she's gone back to sleep. Once or twice she hasn't so I've cuddled her in our bed if my OH is downstairs on the sofa.
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