so hrs his history started sleeping thru the night about 4 months old with the ocational wake up now at 8 1/2 months old he has been waking up for the past few weeks around 2-3 in the morning and he wants to be fed so i give him a bottle why is this happening ALL of a sudden he slepped thru the night for so long and then all of a sudden this i have tried to let him cry it out it dont work he just gets madder and madder to the point of taking deep breathes i dont know what to do right now i am a sahm but thats cause i cant find work right now but what am i going to do once i do find work
Maybe it is a growth spurt? Or teething? There was a 3 week period before my DS got his 3rd tooth when he started waking up a minimum of once a night. Just like your DS, he had been sleeping through the night most nights since he was 2 months old. My DS had an awful night, a slight fever the next day, and threw up. When I brought him to the doctor, we found the new tooth. The next night he was back to his normal routine. For the past 4-5 weeks my DS has been waking up 1 night a week and sleeping through the other nights. Good luck!
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