"Thanks everyone. I don't believe the flow is the problem because when he starts to s u c k to eat he almost immediately starts swallowing so the milk is coming out quickly and he chokes multiple times so I'm wondering if my let down is t..."
"Thanks for the tips. Thankfully today has been so much better- he seems like his happy self again. Yesterday the crying and fussiness was an all day affair. No matter what I did I couldn't soothe him. He also was extremely over tired he ..."
Hey she started sleeping 6-7 hr stretches probably around 6 1/2 weeks and did it everynight consistently until about 8 1/2 weeks (3 nights ago)... she was even doing 7 hrs a night in her playpen which you know has in the past been an issue for us.. last night was not as bad as the other two because she stayed up for two hours when she got up the nights before but last night she went right back down... But she was up at 12 45, 4 12 then 8am, which isnt terrible but it used to be 5 am then 9 30-10am... so it ***** now that i have had better... I have been told it could be a growth spurt on the way as she approaches 9 weeks so here is hoping, it will return to normal because literally for at least 2 full weeks, she was sleeping for 6 hrs at a minimum and then going back down for 4-5 hrs.
hey, im glad things are so awesome.. she is good, also very content baby, starting to smile.. she is 6 weeks now. people are always surprised by how calm she is.. she does need to be held alot, which is taxing and doesnt enjoy her carseat but we took her out twice this weekend and as long as the car is moving she does well.. probably the only time we see her really cry.. she has been sleeping with us lately due to the whole need to be held thing but will sleep in her bed at times for a portion of the night.. she pretty much sleeps from 830pm until 2am then from 230 until 6 then back from 6 to 9. its a good schedule for now
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