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... I am a new mom of 5 month old Mason. I really don't know where to start so I am just going to jump into it. Mason is a VERY good baby. ... (10 replies)
... No....he's only 5 months old, if he's still waking up at night than he needs to eat. If he wasn't hungry he'd settle back down with a pacifier or a min or two after nursing. ... (10 replies)

... My son is 6 months old and around 5 months began having the same problem. If your son is that big already he probably needs way more food than some fruit and cereal. Try veggies and meat. ... (10 replies)
... Well, I have a five month old daughter of my own. She has one tooth half way in and another one that just burst through her gums. Her teeth do bother her at night, and I give her orajel to numb the pain, and sometimes tylenol to help it stay away for a while. ... (10 replies)
... I agree with most of mandy's points, but not all. Yes, breast fed babies typically do not sleep as well at night. I think that like she said, try to feed him a bit more at night. If he needs to nurse once in the night, I would say that is normal. ... (10 replies)
... I have a five month old little girl, no health issues, she sleeps about three hours and then wakes every one to two hours after that at night, she sometimes will settle for an hour with the pacifier, but usually needs the bottle, she will drink up to 4 oz at a time all night long. ... (1 replies)
... but I have heard it can take longer for a nursed infant to sleep through but usually once the baby gets to a certain weight they no longer need the feedings at night and your guy is a big guy already. Mine son started to sleep through at 5 months and my daughter slpt through a 5 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... This is my first time on this site and I was reading your message and I have the same problem, my son is a great baby but is fussy at night when I put him down to sleep. ... (10 replies)
... ause I think that liquid formula already has water added to it, as opposed to powder which you have to add water to. You are supposed to just use it as it is and not water it down. So if you're watering it down even more, she's not receiving enough actual food and nutrients. ... (1 replies)
... I was up at all hours with DD until she was about 3 months old. ... (12 replies)
... That's TOTALLY normal!! Remember, your baby slept with you, ate with you, listened to you, an rode with you for 40 weeks. She has only been on the oustside for 5 short weeks. It can take some babies just as much time on the outside, as they were on the inside, to get used to being "alone". ... (12 replies)
... hours at night since he was 3 months old. He is a formula baby, unfortunatly I had to quit breastfeeding early due to medication I was on. ... (13 replies)
... and he is bottle fed breast milk during the day at his grandmother's house. ... (10 replies)
... My kids didnt eat cereal until about 5months then tried the fruits one at a time. I use to put hte cereal in the forumla becuase they spit it out too. But that was just the morning and late after noon bottles. ... (13 replies)
... i get ds to sleep by rocking him or nursing him. at night, if i am going to bed at the same time as him i put him to bed with me. ... (12 replies)
... week old baby who we are having great trouble getting to sleep at night. ... (12 replies)
... My son is 9 months old and he probably weighs close to 20. He must be a real chow hound. Now wonder he is waking up to eat poor guy! At the same time though that much body weight should allow him to sleep all the way through the night. ... (10 replies)
... Oh I've been there! Not sure if it's because of the same reason, but as soon as my daughter started teething at approx. 4 months she was like this for quite some time. ... (1 replies)
... He shows some sign of teething, I think. He loves to bite on a cloth diaper and bites the nipples on the bottle I give at dinner time. Sometimes I he will bite down on my finger. He isn't really drooling. His gums aren't red or swollen. And he isn't fussy at all. ... (10 replies)




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