Is this normal?

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  1. MrsNovBaby

    MrsNovBaby Well-Known Member

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    Hi, strange question, but is this normal?

    LO has been asleep since 11pm last night - waking only for feed (6am, 10am and 2pm) He is 12 weeks old. Everything else is as normal.

    Thanks xx
     
  2. Mum2BeJodi

    Mum2BeJodi Proud Mummy

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    yea i sure hope so as my LO has done that a few times. She doesn't do it every night but usually at least once a week. It all depends on how much she is asleep during the day.
     
  3. MrsNovBaby

    MrsNovBaby Well-Known Member

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    He has just woken - and is being very vocal LOL! So he slept from 11pm to 4pm just waking for 30 mins for feeding - first time he has done this. Normally sleeps from 11pm - 6am. Bless, needs extra Mummy time now - so I am off to play and cuddle xx
     
  4. Cookie1979

    Cookie1979 Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea, but then I do have a very awake baby, he's not keen on sleep and only cat naps in the day.

    All babies are different, I'm sure if he's feeding ok then he is fine. If you are worried call the doc or HV for some reassurance.
     
  5. Mum2BeJodi

    Mum2BeJodi Proud Mummy

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    MY LO has days where she just wants to sleep and not wake often. I'm guessing they need it for growing. As long as their feeding and everything else seems normal I wouldnt worry too much . x
     

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