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YES! Im going through it right now. D is also sick and has been for a bit. But the thing that is wearing me out is that she not only wakes up a million times for either her binki or a drink of milk, but now she is waking up and staying up for a couple of hours! like around 3-5am
Last night was 1.30am-3.30-4am ...and still waking up inbetween that too! I know the 6 month mark is usally an up hill battle because of teeth and milestones but sheeeshhh I feel ya ! totally!!! it will end it will get better there will be light at the end of the tunnel>
It's hard for me to tell because we spent a month in Cuba so Marcos was adapting to so many changes that erratic behaviour was pretty much expected of him. That being said, he was really good while we were down there in terms of sleeping through most of the night (only one feeding around 2-3am) and taking naps. The only problem we had with him was that he would not sleep anywhere other than his pack 'n' play. Even at the beach, we tried to get him to sleep in the shade on a beach chair with a plush towel on it, or even a beach towel over the soft sand... but he was having none of it!
We've been back since Wednesday and while he was waking up constantly the first two nights this was probably because he had gotten used to sleeping in the pack 'n' play and wasn't used to his crib anymore... plus the climate is totally different so I'm sure it was strange for him waking up in the night and not feeling the heat and humidity anymore. He seems back to normal, though, and is almost sleeping nights because he now wakes up for his feeding at 4-5am and then goes back to sleep for another couple of hours before he wakes up for good.