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... DH and I were having a hard time putting DS to sleep starting at week 3 and he'd keep us up all night which we all know can be super crazy. ... (12 replies)
... d breastmilk and have had great result with no confusion on my baby's part between breast and bottle. Furthermore, since I made the discovery that he fusses more at night and tends to sleep less, I decided to try giving him a bottle before bedtime. He seemed to rest more and be less fussy. ... (10 replies)
... Thanx guys. She deffinitly seems more hungry at night. I also don't want to introduce the pacifer just yet. ... (10 replies)

... Bottom line is babies do this and I would just recommend breastfeeding more frequantly so that at least she is not crying. They do outgrow this stage when they start sleeping longer at night. For my son it was around 6wks. Good luck. ... (10 replies)
... she is still learning how to breastfeed properly. At this point, a bottle will be so easy to feed from, that baby will become lazy and not want to work to get the milk from your breast. ... (10 replies)
... I've been doing that, but the trouble is the shape of my breast/nipple. They point in the wrong direction and I can't get her latched on well (not without it hurting anyway). I end up just sitting up. I did end up with a 3rd degree tear from the delivery and I can't reach her basinet (next to the bed) from the bed, so co-sleeping is still more comfortable. I really like it.... (10 replies)
... ecides to start his day way before the sun is up. I however, love sleep more than anything in the world, and I have tried my darndest to get him to sleep longer at night. ... (2 replies)
... I just can't figure out if the fussiness is from his vaccine he received on Thursday or from teething. At night is when he is the most fussy. ... (13 replies)
... The reason formula fed babies sleep longer at night is because it digests much slower then breastmilk, which isn't necessarily a good thing, especially for a baby who's digestive tract is used to breastmilk. ... (13 replies)
... We do think that he has gas, especially at night. But the crankiness and fussiness is really all throughout the day. ... (9 replies)
... is a stream of milk flowing out of the nipple. I just hold a burp cloth to it and wait until the stream stops. She fusses because she's getting way too much milk at one time and can't swallow that fast. ... (6 replies)
... I agree to make sure it's nothing health related. Oftentimes, sore throats and sore ears hurt much worse at night. ... (4 replies)
... Last night was our best night yet!! ... (10 replies)
Mar 28, 2008
... Our baby has reflux and we didn't have the vomit issue, either. When I was BF her, she never really spit up much but the doctor looked at her and could tell she had reflux. She had many other symptoms, but not the projectile vomit. ... (5 replies)
... or so, sometimes as late as 10 for the night feeding..... ... (12 replies)
... Thank you soooo much for the advice. I need it badly. There are days that my spirits are up, last night she wasn't sleeping good again so I laid her on my chest on her stomach and she slept for a good 3 hours. And I put her to her bassinet and slept for 1.5 hours. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for your post. He isn't batting at his ears. If it were an ear infection, then wouldn't he also seem more distraught during the day and in the middle of the night. ... (7 replies)
... it works for you. I let myself be a human pacifier for my first son and it just wore on me in a bad way. I vowed to never do it again. Babies do cluster feed at night, completely normal. Also, anywhere from 2 weeks to about 3 months, that really bad night time fussiness can appear, and it's very hard to deal with. ... (21 replies)
... My almost 4 month old is an awesome sleeper.... at night. He generally sleeps for nearly a 10 hour stretch before needed to nurse again. However, he is a TERRIBLE napper. ... (6 replies)
... The Sensitive is "lesser", I guess, than the RS, but I hope that's all I need. Since it is available at my regular grocery store, that's the usual. However, I like to go to a different store periodically, and apparently all they have is the RS version. ... (8 replies)

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