Shes going backwards !

Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by Stacey_89, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. Stacey_89

    Stacey_89 Team PINK

    Oct 23, 2009
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    When my LO got to about 7 weeks she got really good at night time
    would go sleep between 10 and 11 and would wake between 3 and 4 and would go straight back to sleep with no fuss, it was bliss :cloud9:

    But these past few nights shes totaly changed, shes going sleep later, waking up quicker and taking some work to get her back to sleep.

    i thought their sleep routine was ment to get better between 3 and 4 months lol ?

    Shes just turned 3 months old and iv never felt so exhausted in the mornings.

    Is there ment to be some point where they do this ? go out of their routine for abit ??
  2. oliviarose

    oliviarose Well-Known Member

    Apr 26, 2010
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    Harrison is exactly the same, he is 13wks old and the last 3wks have been terrible he is waking up a minimum of twice a night if we are lucky. I used to get 5-7 hrs out of him on one stretch but now I am lucky to get 4 . I am shattered I don't know what to do, I have tried all o can think of.

    Sorry no advice, buy you are not alone xxxx
  3. stevie123

    stevie123 Well-Known Member

    Oct 27, 2009
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    ive had the same hun. charlie was brilliant at 8 weeks with his sleep, some nights slept right through, but then it all whent downhill. it was really bad for months, he woke all the time at night. now he is 6.5 months and he has only just started to get a bit better again. he wll wake once or maybe twice at the moment which is a huge improvement.
    one thing i have learnt is that babys are so unpredictable, and change their habbits all the time. for us i think teething has had something to do with it. even now, if he started to sleep through i wouldnt take for granted that it will last, as ive seen a lot of mums on here where their babys suddenly start waking in the night at 8/9 months old.
    sorry i havent got much advice but your not alone x

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