is there some 13 month growth spurt I don't know about?!?!

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  1. ChristinaG

    ChristinaG Simon's mummy

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    Simon has been guzzling milk like its his JOB!
    He has 3 x7oz bottles of homo milk a day, and has for the last 3.5 months. Now, he's drinking 2 at night (14oz), and for the last week has been waking at 4:50am (this morning it was 3:45!) hungry. I tried just giving him water, but he was screaming like I have ever heard, and was SO relieved to have his milk!

    Anyone know whats going on?? I can't wake up that early and be to work! PLUS I would like him to have a good nights sleep, as he's in bed at 6:30pm and 4am is not enough sleep!
     
  2. Hopipolla

    Hopipolla Mum of 1

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    I'm having the same problem for the past few nights. Was 4am yesterday and 3.15 this morning. I'm praying for a better night tonight as I'm working tomorrow. Lo is 13 months. Hope things get better for you. It sucks :(
     
  3. Mummy Bean

    Mummy Bean Parker & Dougs Mum

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    mine having some weird 6 weeks...going from 2-5 full bottles. with two of them at night. i think the mmr and molars played a bit part...as things are now settling down.
     
  4. hubblybubbly

    hubblybubbly Well-Known Member

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    Yes a huge one, we went back to having two night feeds, lasted a good few weeks, and she gained 4lb in a month (given she's still only 20lb now was a massive leap) al my real life mummy friends had the same.
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  5. ChristinaG

    ChristinaG Simon's mummy

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    jeeze! its unbelievable! I don't mind the extra bottles, but I thought I was past the 4am feeds!
     

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