Hey, Im abit concerned about my 4month old boy. Last night he slept for 11hours and today he's been sleeping loads. He normally wakes during the night for a couple of feeds. He has coughed a few times today so wondering if he coming down with something. Also I feel really guilty as I had a glass of wine last night but didn't drink it all and now I'm worried he's sleepy cos I drank some wine (im bf). Its not like him to sleep this much. I am worried.
I dont drink and some days all he would do is sleep its part of growing and if it was the wine it was only a little and that wont hurt him you could look into getting test strips if you plan on drinking again before weaning all you have to do it put your milk on it (if you dont pump you will just have to squeeze it out) and it will tell you if its ok. also always keep some formula Just in case
Thanks for your replies. It was a growth spurt. He spent the whole of last night attached to my boobs feeding. At least I'll know what it is next time he sleeps more than usual. My daughter never did anything like that.
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