Burping - when do they stop needing help?!

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  1. GingerNut

    GingerNut Pregnant mum to Rosie

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    DD has a bottle before bed and if we don't get a good few big burps out of her before putting her down, she'll wake up an hour later screaming and I'll have to go in and pick her up. Once she's upright the burps just slide out of her and she falls asleep again leaning up against me.

    She's almost 11.5 months old. When is she going to be able to deal with her own wind?! :shrug:
     
  2. wishingonastar

    wishingonastar Well-Known Member

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    babies typically tend to be able to self-wind from about 4-6 months...unfortunately your LO is taking longer to grasp it! :hugs:
     
  3. KayBea

    KayBea Mummy to Xanthia Lily

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    About 6 months.. But it can be a bit harder if they are half asleep..
    Xx
     
  4. GingerNut

    GingerNut Pregnant mum to Rosie

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    She's grand during the day, she'll burp away happily to herself. It's just that last bottle at night that causes problems. Or the middle-of-the-night ones, though thankfully there they're not every night any more.
     

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