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Not sure what is happening. Ellianna was sleeping in hr crib over 10 hours in a row. She would got to bed between 8:30 and 10:00 and I would have to wake her at 7:00. Last two nights I did not get a combine 1 hour in the crib. I get her to sleep really good and within 2 minutes of her crib she screams. Last nigth she just screamed from 7-8. I held her, walked her. She even refused to nurse. I would think teething but then why is she happy in the day. Of
I don't have any advice, but I feel your exhaustion. Porter wasn't sleeping that long at a time, but he has started waking up every hour for the majority of the night. I don't know what the deal is, but it has got to stop! If he stays asleep when I put him down (which usually results in screaming), he only sleeps for about an hour before we have to do it all over again. And an hour sometimes is just if I'm lucky. So. Tired.
Yeah, I'm not sure...We're going through the same thing here. Finn was sleeping through the night sometimes 10-12 hours at a time. Occasionally he would wake up once during the night, but for the most part he slept through since he was about 2 weeks old.
But for some reason, about 3 weeks ago he started waking up nearly every hour. Our doctor said he could be going through a growth spurt and needing to eat more often. I think there's something to that, since every time I go in there he ravenously attacks the boobie like he hasn't been fed in days, when it's really only been about 45 minutes.
Whatever the case, I'm flipping exhausted. I haven't gotten more than an hour of sleep at a time in weeks.
Yeah, sounds developmental if she's happy in the daytime. G sometimes gets into this thing where he is trying to practice his moves in the middle of the night. He'll pull his legs in and then kick them down really hard, fling his arms around, arch his back and try to sit, rinse and repeat. He has random super hunger nights too. Last night he was feeding and peeing so much I had to change him 3 times which is highly unusual. I always joke "must be a growth spurt" which is a joke because his whole life seems to be one big growth spurt