9 month old not sleeping through the night!

Amanda - posted on 01/07/2010 ( 251 moms have responded )

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Anyone else have a baby who isn't sleeping through the night yet? My son is 9 months old and still gets up once or twice a night regularly.

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Haley - posted on 09/26/2012

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Can anyone help me,



My 9 1/2 month old isn't sleeping through the night yet. He will not sleep alone, once he wakes up i put him in bed with myself and his dad. I know its wrong, but thats the only way I'm going to get any sleep. He is very stubborned. He is breast feed, could that have something to do with it? I'm trying to get him off the boobs, but he REFUSES to take a bottle from me of formula!! In that case he won't take it at all!! Not even in a sippie cup. He will not nap in his crib/pack and play. I have to lay him down in my bed for a nap and stay with him so he doesn't fall off bed. Then when it comes to bed time, I have to put him in my bed, feed him then once he is fully asleep, I move him. And hopefully he stays asleep. Now he HATES being alone, so could that be also why he's not sleeping through the night? I have tried to let him "cry it out" but that isn't working, so on top of that I'm still not getting any sleep. Please someone, help!!! I want him to start taking naps in his crib and sleeping there at night!! Any suggestions?!?!

Samantha - posted on 09/25/2012

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My dd is 9 months and goes to bed after a bath and warm milk at 7:30 she wakes at 3:30 by the clock every night for a bottle of milk. I know shes hungry as she whoofs it down then goes straight back to sleep. I tried switching to water she wont have any of it lol. And tried leaving her to cry for a bit but she ends up waking the whole house and will only settle after a feed so there we go. My first daughter slept through from 3 months i was extremely lucky I know. There all different like adults some sleep better than others xxxxxxx

Rachel Louise - posted on 09/25/2012

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hiaa amanda :).



My baby is starting to do that ever since he is getting his side teeth through for some reason, i mean he has always slept through the night since he was born, but now we have to get him asleep downstairs then take him up to the cot then he wakes up all hours of the morning it ranges from half 4 - half 6 and then i put him in my bed with me + his daddy, but i guess if he knows he can do that then he is going to keep trying to get his own way so its my fault really but i could do with some advice with trying to get him to go straight to sleep in his cot so he could be in a proper routing instead of 10 - 11 at night when it suits him, Please help :)



Rachel ♥

Krista - posted on 09/17/2012

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My daughter didn't start sleeping through the night until she was a year old and even then she would still wake up once in a while. It was much easier to get her back to sleep then though. I really think it is normal for them to not sleep during the night until they are a little older. I remember freaking out when she was around 9 months old, that there might be a problem or something :) She was fine though and is three now and sleeps through the night without a problem. Of course things are starting to scare her a little bit now and she's been waking up from nightmares. Aaahhh....kids :)

Dianne - posted on 09/13/2012

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Sleep through - whats that????

My almost 2 year old still wakes for his bottle.......... and I give it.

Sometimes he wakes just to come to me and I let him..........

Eventually they will sleep through - they are all different..............

My now 4yr old was the same and he started to sleep through - even only at 3yrs old :)

Elizabeth - posted on 09/09/2012

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does baby eat baby food? ever since my son started, he has slept thru the night, THANK GOD, he goes down at 8p or so, wakes for a 11pm feeding and is up at 530 am poor me, i hate getting up that early, but hang in there girl, he should be soon, i thought my kid never ever would, the one night BOOM slept all night, and it freaked me out at first, i was worried n ran in his room, but he was asleep!

Amanda - posted on 09/08/2012

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I did sleep training with my 2nd & 3rd babies. My kids are 4yrs, 2 1/2yrs and 10 months. They have slept through from 5-8 weeks old. If baby is napping too much during the day or drapers are the wrong size for night time this will not allow a good sleep. I would start by letting baby cry 5mins and then going in...and progressively longer.

Hayley - posted on 09/02/2012

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my 9 months old boy, goes to sleep 7 every night feeds at 10.30 and 4am every night i dont mind though hes hungry :)) it will pass

Liz - posted on 07/31/2012

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OK, this is nuts. Who says that babies should be sleeping through the night at this age? Some babies do and some babies don't. My son never slept through the night until he was around 14 months and that is what he needed for his development. He would be hungry - even if I fed him right before bed - or he would need to be comforted. Music made him more anxious - no matter how soothing I thought it was and forget white noise..I couldn't even handle that stuff. I know how hard it is to not get the sleep, I will forever be indebted to my husband as I owe him about a zillion dollars for getting up with our son on the weekends. But lack of sleep is not reason enough to let them CIO. There is so much information out there and CIO only works with a small # of babies (and what are we teaching these little babies when we do that?). I rocked my baby when he had a hard time getting to sleep and I still sometimes walk with him telling him stories before bed and he just turned 2. Babies have to learn to self sooth and that takes time and lots of little stents of practice. My baby had a pacifier until he 16 months and it never caused a problem with his sleeping patterns - if anything, it helped him. It goes by so fast and I promise, you will get sleep again. Just do what is right for YOUR baby, learn your babies ques while listening to your gut and grow a deaf ear to those around you that are telling you he/she "should be this and he should be that".. Gimme a break!! Your baby is an individual growing at their own pace.....I promise, no matter what stage, they will take turns being behind and ahead of the "curve". Good luck.

Joy - posted on 07/29/2012

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Yes, mine used to sleep through the night. At 3-4 months old she woke once a night for a month, then at 5-6 months she began waking up 2 times a night and has ever since. Now, she is 8 months old and is waiting AT LEAST 2 times, sometimes several!. I have developed insomnia because of it in the last 3 days and don't know what to do about it yet. I can't get back to sleep anymore after she goes to sleep and am getting 3-4 hours total. I wish someone had told me this could happen because I would have not nursed my baby to sleep.

Tresca - posted on 07/27/2012

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try an infant massage before bed. i use aveeno calming lotion and my 4 month old started sleeping through the night at least 6-9 hours. it relaxes her. also, a set in stone routine will help. i have a 2 minute rule. if she's still fussing or crying after 2 minutes i go in. it is important that they teach themselves to self sooth too. don't get me wrong if she's in a full blown cry, i go right in. but sometimes they can calm themselves given a little time. if you don't have one of those light up music mobiles that hook to the side of the crib, i strongly suggest getting one. she loves hers. 90% of the time, it calms her back to sleep

Jessica - posted on 07/26/2012

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My 9 month old had never slept through the night. Had never slept more than 3 hours straight to be honest. He's breastfed and slept in our bed (at night) until he was 7.5 months old. He started waking up EVERY HOUR at night and it got to a point where something had to change. I absolutely never wanted to try any sort of CIO method, but none of the no cry solutions would work for night time sleep. (Pantley's No Cry Sleep Solution perfected our son's napping schedule.) We're using Ferber right now and it's absolutely horrible, BUT in the last 4 nights he's slept through the night three of those nights. I still feel torn because he does still cry himself to sleep and I don't know what's worse for him: crying to sleep or waking up and crying every hour during the night. I would be thankful if my son could only wake up once or twice a night and then I wouldn't need to try this whole CIO thing.

Heather - posted on 07/22/2012

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Most 9 month olds ARE NOT going to sleep through the night, and your kidding yourself if you think they should. If they are waking up at night, it's to eat (nurse or have a bottle) or to have their diaper changed, or because they missed you and they just want a hug and reassurance that you are still there for them. My kids are 3 and almost 5, and sometimes, they still wake up at night.

Desiree - posted on 07/22/2012

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Mine is 6 months and has been waking for bottles almost every night at least once. Sometimes if I let him cry he will go back to sleep, but most of the time he just starts screaming louder and louder. I have tried feeding him cereal before bed, using lavender scents in his room, a sound machine, bed time routines, the works. He was colicky and I think the waking kind of became a habit for him. What has worked the best has been a bath and lotion before bed (he has really bad patches of dry skin), a story, and a bottle. I don't rock him to sleep (unfortunately our "sitter" believes in rocking babies to sleep). I really hope he grows out of this!

Kristi - posted on 07/11/2012

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My DD still woke up at that age...it takes a while, but she is now sleeping great through the night...she is almost 2.5. So - there's a light at the end of the tunnel!! :)

Christine - posted on 06/19/2012

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my little one is doing better about sleep at night. my husband and i moved her into her own room. she goes to bed at 8 on the dot every night. my little one is getting up once or twice, but right now i know its cause of teething. i do find that i give my little one a few min before i got to her room at night when she wakes up and i hear her. i find she will put herself back to sleep. maybe give your baby 2 or 3 min before you go in

User - posted on 06/19/2012

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my two daughter were the same as babys waking up 2-3 times a night But it was my fault i would just put them in bed with me until they feel asleep and retuned them back to there beds. then by the time they were ready for a toddler bed i'd wake up with them next to me or climbing in my bed i tried everything but by 5 am i had both girls in bed with me after awhile i got sick of having no room in the bed lol so i'd get up and hop in there bed they eventually they got used to me not sleeping next to them and cuddling them after 2 weeks i put my dooner's and pillows on there bed so they had my smell and slept with there dooners to get my smell on it It worked a treat for 3 days in a row i was over the moon then the girls started getting up and climbing back in my bed so without saying a word id grab there hands and tuck them back into bed :] i can now say they havnt been in my bed in 3 months

Jill - posted on 05/29/2012

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The "cry it out method" doesn't necessarily mean let them be alone and scream bloody murder until they are so tired they fall asleep. There is an easier way. I used the "cry it out method" with all 3 of my kids, and by the 3rd night, they were sleeping through.
The first night put them in their crib. When they start to cry let them for 5 min. Then go into the room without saying a word, rub their back for no longer than 30 seconds, and leave. They will continue to cry. Then wait 10 min, and go in and do the same thing. Don't look at them, just keep it simple. Keep adding 5 minutes on until you go into their bedroom.
The next night, go in after 10 min of crying, and keep adding 5 minutes onto that time, so 15 min, then 20 min etc.
3rd night go in at 15 min, then 20, then 25, etc.
By the 3rd night they should be sleeping through. Works great! But the first couple nights are hard, and you just have to stick with it. Good luck!

Kristin - posted on 05/29/2012

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With my kids i always had to feed them a bed time snack and give them a glass of milk to get them to sleep through the night, My oldest one had colic and i used to rock him to sleep all the time, until my doctor told me that was the worst thing to do. Best thing to do is to let them cry for a few minutes and if they continue go check on them and rub their back or put a pacifier in their mouth. I did this with my 2 younger children and they slept through the night from 6 month on unless they are sick. I never picked my kids up at night and just comforted them, once they realize they will not be getting held or getting a bottle or whatever they usually just went back to sleep and eventually they just quit waking up.

Tammy - posted on 05/25/2012

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Have you tried giving your son a little pablum before bed? It might help that he has something with a little substance sticking in his tummy.

Chasity - posted on 05/23/2012

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Oh and I do not think the Cio method is very healthy. I have seen studies about it not recommending it. This will pass mama. Just keep your head up and remember this is not forever. Someday you will miss these days.

Chasity - posted on 05/23/2012

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Lol I have a 12 month old. Still eats 1-2 sometimes 3 times a night. It might be comfort nursing but it's still nursing!

Katrina - posted on 05/23/2012

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is your house all quiet when you put your son to sleep ? sometimes the little noise can keep them awake . It could also be teething , growing pains or his stomach isnt full enough to go to sleep .

Melissa - posted on 05/22/2012

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my 2 1/2 year old didn't start sleeping through the night until after a year old. He would wake up at least once for a bottle. Even now he generally sleeps through the night but often wakes up and wants water.

Jess - posted on 05/22/2012

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We tried the crying out method. And my son cried non stop for hours. We tried it for 2 days and gave up , it just wasn't worth putting him through that. We then tried to wait till he was tired then put him to bed. I sort of worked, he only cried for about an hour. But after several weeks of this it got more exhausting on me, and I grew tired of always doing it. When ever my husband would put our son to bed he would let him lay with him in our bed till he fell asleep and then moved him to his bed, so it made things more difficult on me and counter acted my method. We eventually gave up on that too and let him sleep with us. Which he has done pretty much since birth, since I nursed him. My son is 22 months now and as of a few weeks ago he started sleeping in his bed, which is in our room just at the end of our bed. He sleeps through the night. We do have one of those light up fish tank things that play music that goes on the side of his bed, he turns it on by a button and will turn off on its own after about 10 mins. Only twice has he gotten up in the middle of the night and crawled into ours. When we get ready for bed he gets his milk, snuggles with us on our bed for a half hour or so. Then we say its night, night time and he gets up hands me his empty milk sippy and crawls into his bed. Many people don't agree with co-sleeping but it works for us. And we have obviously raised an independent kids because he now goes to bed on his own. Personally I believe that some kids do need to be parented to sleep. Some kids just have a harder time with it than others. And I believe in doing what ever it takes to get me and everyone the most sleep. If that meant my kid slept with me for a year so I didn't need to wake up to him screaming then so be it. I got to sleep.

Ella - posted on 05/22/2012

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yup! my son is 9 months old and still im getting up 2 twice a night... he wont settle himself and frequently i end up giving up and bringing him into bed with my partner and i. i have no idea how to fix this situation... sorry im not any help but i dont feel your pain!

Tania - posted on 05/20/2012

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My son (he's my third) didn't sleep through the night until he was a year old. He used to get up once or twice a night to eat and then he would happily go back to sleep. Every child is different :)

Jenisha - posted on 05/15/2012

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my daughter is 13 months old i still breast feed her.but she also gets us in the night 2 to 3 times regulary. But if i take NAZAR then she sleeps in the night it might becoz every peoples eyes are not the same.So every night take NAZAR then let ur child sleep.And also feed her properly in the night.Best of luck.Try if it helps plz reply.awaiting for ur reply.

Shelly - posted on 05/14/2012

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as much as it must be very tiring hon there is nothing you can do about it my youngest didn't sleep through the night till he was about 4. He would always wake for one reason or another through the night and to be honest at 11 still often awakes through the night prob at least once a week.

Alisha - posted on 05/12/2012

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YES!! My baby is almost 10 months and he cries all the time!! And ive done everything to try to get him to stop crying and nothing helps!!

Carole - posted on 05/08/2012

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I had the same problem and all I did was let him cry through the night for 2 days and it got wayyyy better. I made sure he was safe, not hungry, had water, and had his night light.. the temp was good in his room, and I did not let him cry for longer then 10 mins at a time.. it was long for 2-3 days but it stopped.. and for the last night i did not get up with him at all cause he was not really crying he was just whining.. now he sleeps his nights.. its been months... :)

Christine - posted on 05/08/2012

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my little one has been getting up every 45 min for the last few weeks and not sure what to do. no i dont take her out of her crib. i change her diaper lay her down and give her a bottle and she goes back to sleep. how can i stop her from getting up so often

Carole - posted on 04/29/2012

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my son did that for a short period of time.. i let him cry it out 1 night and has been much better since..

Ania - posted on 04/29/2012

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Guess what, completely normal. not every baby sleeps through the night at this age (5-6 h straight) My son at this age would wake up 3-4 times a night so you can consider yourself lucky. Maybe he will start sleeping at 12 months...There is nothing wrong with your baby. Just make sure you guys have naps and early bedtime and everything will finally settle

Annabelles - posted on 04/27/2012

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maybe your babys bedtime schedule should be change to a little bit later so your baby wont wake you up every night

Angel - posted on 04/27/2012

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if my 4 month old is really tired from fighing his sleep all day he will sleep throw the nite but if he gets a few good naps durning the day and then some night he is up every 5 hours or so i think.

Lacy - posted on 04/24/2012

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I replied to this post roughly 2 years ago. Now as a mother of 2 I can say a little more. After doing more research. I found out (and who knows how many women this might apply too) that my overactive let down reflex while breastfeeding was a large contributing factor to the sleepless nights. Along with the stress in my life. My 3 year old (10 month old when I first posted) is still an extremely clingy and needy and anxious child who needs a lot of comfort. I have now chose to comfort my children while they are young no matter how inconvenient at night simply because it seems to build secure faster for them. But these are my children so my suggestion to any other woman experiencing sleepless nights I would say follow your gut and check everything. I had no idea it was my overactive let down reflex! Who knew!

Lacy - posted on 04/24/2012

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I replied to this post roughly 2 years ago. Now as a mother of 2 I can say a little more. After doing more research. I found out (and who knows how many women this might apply too) that my overactive let down reflex while breastfeeding was a large contributing factor to the sleepless nights. Along with the stress in my life. My 3 year old (10 month old when I first posted) is still an extremely clingy and needy and anxious child who needs a lot of comfort. I have now chose to comfort my children while they are young no matter how inconvenient at night simply because it seems to build secure faster for them. But these are my children so my suggestion to any other woman experiencing sleepless nights I would say follow your gut and check everything. I had no idea it was my overactive let down reflex! Who knew!

Jil - posted on 04/24/2012

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i have twin boys and they r 7 mths and one wakes 2-10 times a night and the other 0-3 times!!!

Dorota - posted on 04/24/2012

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When my son was 8 months old, he was still waking up regulerly. One nihgt he was up 5 times, and then we dicided to just let him cry. We closed the door and turned off baby monitor. Two nights later he started sleeping throught the night. He is now 2,5 years old and is sleeping nicely.

Wendy - posted on 04/20/2012

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if you have ruled out that he is not hungry, wet, or sick, then yes, let him cry it out! If you have a camera monitor, you might find it comforting to monitor him instead of going to him during these periods. Best wishes!

Maria - posted on 01/26/2010

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My 9 month old is not sleeping through the night either...URG. I try and keep him up as late as I can so that he won't wake up until like 4, but it is hard.

Kerry - posted on 01/25/2010

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my daughter is almost 10 months old and when she was 2-6months old she would sleep thru the night, now she will get up 2-4 times a night. i just dont know what to do. i've tried letting her cry her self to sleep (as hard as it is) but she works her self up to the point where she throws up. i think it might have to do with separation anxiety....not sure how to handle it...

Jeannitte - posted on 01/25/2010

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My son is 9 month's old and not sleeping through the night either! Every once in a while he sleeps really good and but most of the time I'm up a few times with him

Kammi - posted on 01/25/2010

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yes my daughter WILL NOT sleep through the night and will not sleep in her crib!!!! if she is in bed with us she will wake up two or three times if she is in her crib she will wake up every half hour to an hour so i feel your pain!!!

Lisa - posted on 01/24/2010

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My son has been waking up 3-4 times a night for the past month and a half... not sure what the heck is wrong, but when he cries it's not his hunger cry.. sometimes it looks like he's lying down, eyes closed, but crying. I don't get it.. I'm going to guess that it's separation anxiety because it seems very common around his age from what I've read.. good luck to all other mom's going through this..

I'm sick of having to make coffee everyday just to stay up, lol

Magali - posted on 01/23/2010

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It's been a little over 2 weeks that I've been letter her cry 15 to 20 min before going in, and she's getting up only once to feed (between 11pm to 1am) which is ok with me. On a few occasions she'll wake up again, but usually falls back asleep right before I go in. Like I said before, I didn't want to let her cry, but watching her (on the video monitor) being able to fall asleep on her own, reassures me, she needed to learn to do it on her own, and in the morning, she's all smiles. It's hard for me to hear her cry for that long, but it's getting a lot shorter, and less often. The fact that she's as happy as can be when she wakes up eases my (irrational) fear that letting her cry is bad. We're all better it.

Hope - posted on 01/23/2010

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I have same problem with my 9 month old daughter not sleeping through the night . Sometimes she also screams and fights sleep at night! Help!

Kayla - posted on 01/23/2010

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My 9-month old still wakes up two or three times a night. I noticed that when she started teething is when she started waking up in the middle of the night, i've heard that after about 6 or 8 teeth come it they will start sleeping through the night.

Maria - posted on 01/26/2010

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My 9 month old is not sleeping through the night either...URG. I try and keep him up as late as I can so that he won't wake up until like 4, but it is hard.

Jeannitte - posted on 01/25/2010

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My son is 9 month's old and not sleeping through the night either! Every once in a while he sleeps really good and but most of the time I'm up a few times with him

Hope - posted on 01/23/2010

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I have same problem with my 9 month old daughter not sleeping through the night . Sometimes she also screams and fights sleep at night! Help!

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My 9 month old baby boy is not sleeping through the night too but its ok. I breastfed him and he sleeps with me. My 2 oldests sons did the same thing, they slep all the night when I stop breastfeeding completly.

Charlotte - posted on 01/23/2010

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Hi, my 9 month old is not sleeping through the night too. And over the last week or so weve made it so that she has one long sleep during the day and a possible one hour nap depending on how grissly she gets in the morning if she wakes up about 7 but she'll only sleep for an hour or so then around 11:30 is lunch shell go to bed at 12 and get up about 4, dinners at about 6 then bath is at 7-7:30 and bed at 8. But she is also teething atm. So it's understandable. But that is her general routine and it seems to be starting to work. Good luck and hope that you get some sleep :)

Zahra - posted on 01/21/2010

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yes! My 9 month old gets up 2-3 times. We would love some ideas for my 9 month old not sleeping through the night.

Hilit - posted on 01/21/2010

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Yes, sounds familiar. I have a 9 month old daughter and ever since she was born I didn’t have a gooooood night sleep because she wakes up sometimes twice at night sometime more. The other night she woke up at 2A.M and got confused with her hours, I had to stay with her till 5A.M! Then on 6A.M I woke up to go to work :(…

Vanessa - posted on 01/21/2010

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I have the same problem- my 9 month old girl wakes up 2-4 times per night and wants to nurse. Driving me crazy!

Also to get her to sleep at night (and naptime) is a disaster! She used to fall asleep with her Winnie the pooh story (iPod) but now she will crawl around, sit up continously and take 45 minutes to fall asleep. And that is on my bed with me laying next to her.

If I put her in the crib she plays for a few minutes and then screams like nothing else.

Any advice on how I can get my 9 month old to sleep through the night?

She also gets up between 5 and 6 every day. My husband will not get up at night or in the morning so it's all up to me and I am finding myself getting frustrated to the point of yelling at her :(

Meaghan - posted on 01/19/2010

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My 9 month old son is not sleeping through the night as of recently. He's been sleeping through the night since he was about 4 weeks and it's been about 2 months now that he has been waking up every night. I asked the doctor about it at his 9 month check up and he said babies go through different sleeping patterns and that he's teething right now. He said if my son can get back to sleep right away( with little to do on my behalf) then it will eventually stop. He said I can try and let him cry it out or just do what I've been doing which is rocking with him in his chair till he falls asleep again. It feels like it's been forever with him not sleeping through the night again and very tiring but I have hope that it is just a stage and he will start sleeping through the night again.

Alexis - posted on 01/19/2010

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Well well well, it is soooo good to not feel alone anymore....my son is 9 month's old and not sleeping through the night...he is up sometimes 2-6 times a night....he also started this sleep crawling thing and ooohhhh my he just needs to sleep through the night...He is also not a big napper I can get 2 naps a day and they only last 40min unless I am in the car then he will nap for an hour or so...many sleepness nights and I have also tried the cry it out method and well he got very upset and threw up...so we botched that idea very quickly...seems like a rather mean method....we have tried a bottle, soother, stuffy or lovey, sleeping with mom's shirt, rocking to sleep....I feel like we have tried it all....if anyone has any suggestions I would love to hear them......

Virginie - posted on 01/19/2010

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My 9 month old does not sleep through the nights. I can count the number of times he slept more than 6 hours in a row, and most of them were as a 3 month old, in the swing.

He is finally down to 2/3 times a night, on a good night, which is a great improvement from waking up every 2 hours (that still happens). He shares a bedroom with his big brother, so we've started to put him in the dining room to sleep. This way, we can let him cry a few minutes without having both kids awake!

Tracie - posted on 01/19/2010

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my 9 month old is not sleeping through the night! its a nightmare ive tried everything extra food at bedtime soothing baths and everything. nothing seems to work i even tried just offering water to see if he would lose interest in waking up for feeds but none of it works to be honest im at a loss feel like a complete zombie!

Amanda - posted on 01/18/2010

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I have 3 kids all breastfed and my youngest is 9 mo old now. As I'm sure you have figured by all the wonderful posts, you are definitely not alone when it comes to sleeping troubles lol! My oldest 2 always woke up like clockwork every 2 hours to feed and I thought that was bad at the time. My baby now wakes up every HOUR on the dot all night long though so I find myself missing the 2 hr sleep I used to get haha! If nothing else just know that if he is only getting up a couple times per night it could be much much worse! The best advice I have is...this too will pass, it won't last forever, that I promise. Good luck with your 9 month old's not sleeping through the night!

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