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Darion is starting to sleep through the night now. (Sleep for 5 hours or more at night) .. It started on Friday night where he slept for a little over 5 hours. We thought that it was just a fluke but he did the same Saturday night and last night he slept for 6 hours. DH and I both said that we feel like we have actually slept for the first time since he was born.
He wasn't doing poorly in the magic blanket but it was off and on and he stopped liking his hands/arms to be swaddled and it just didn't work the same with his arms and hands out.
He is ALMOST 3 months now. Its crazy. Anyone else's LO starting to sleep long periods at night?
Nop mine does every now n then goes ant 3 4 5 hours but not every day depends on how hungry ge is and how tired he is. Some morning he only goes every hour without feed so hard but gettin there sliwly xx
He usually gives us a 4 hours stretch, then 2 hour stretches after that. But last night it was every 2 hours.. not fun. I think he is ina growth spurt because he slept the ENTIRE day yesterday. I pretty much woke him up to nurse, then out he'd go again.
Nope, totally not yet. We've had a couple of 4 or 4.5 hour first stretches, but when they start at 7:30, it's not like I'm getting a ton of sleep since I dont go to bed until at least 9:30. I got one night this weekend where she was exhausted and slept 6.5 hours, so she CAN do longer stretches. Of course my idiot son usually chooses those nights to get up and wake us up- shoot me. Normally Ingrid's 3 hours almost on the nose from when she gets put down to when she's squawking again.
Soon enough I suppose... but man, do I miss stretches of sleep.