With my first two they were awake all the time during the night, about every 2 hours. This time miss Lydia sleep about 3-4 hours at a time. I'm breastfeeding so I'm all alone on the night shift. But I pump at 830 and go to bed at 9. Then my husband stays up with her until 11, which is why I pump so I can get some sleep while he takes care of her for a few hours so I can get some sleep, and then brings her to bed. So I get about a good 6 hours of sleep before I have to get up to feed her. She wakes up at 230 and then again At 530/6. She sleeps really good but during the day she stays awake for about 2 hours between 9-11.
My princess is a good sleeper in the day time she will sleep for up to 4 hours I will just have to wake her to eat she eats every 2 to 3 hours 2 ounces or less each feeding.after her bottle at 11-12 she get up between 2 and 3 to eat them back to bed sometimes til 7am.
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