How long does your 4 month old sleep at night?
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Helen - posted on 12/17/2009
just lately she has been going down about 8.30 then i feed about 11pm but she has started getting restless anytime between 1 and 5am, she dosent cry just moves her head from side to side and legs go up and down and is quite fustrating and needs me to give her a cuddle or to put her in with us to go back to sleep. any other bubs like that. Dont think she is hungry cause she dosent have a bottle but wonder why she gets restless???
Jenn - posted on 12/16/2009
Cole goes to bed between 730-8 every night and sleeps until 7 or 8am....he eats at midnight ....can't say how much b/c he is breastfed. Sleeping thru the night only just started this week. He was crying for what I thought was food twice a night...but after stopping to actually listen to his cry...I realized he was just being a big baby lol Wanting Mommy to pick him up....now he just gets his soother and is right back to sleep :)
Vicki - posted on 01/04/2010
My boy Lucas has his last feed usually at around 10 - 10.30 pm, a 5oz bottle and will sleep until around 1 - 2 am when he wakes up for a feed and sometimes it can take hours to settle him again. he is almost 5 months now and we still end up taking him for walks in the early hours sometimes! He is having breakfast and dinner now.
Kirsty - posted on 12/17/2009
My daughter is a kin to her father and must have her hands above her head while she sleeps so wrapping her didnt last. If she goes to bed around 10 or 11 she sleeps till 4 or 5 am, so 6 hours and then will sleep till 7:30 or 8 so another 3 and a half hours to 4 hours more sleep. so almost 10 hours a night.
Milka - posted on 12/17/2009
Just curious to know, do you wrap your baby so he/she could sleep through the night? My baby hasn't got solid yet. He sleeps from 7.30 pm to 4 am. Still wakes up for feeding around 1 am. He eats 5 oz maksimum. When I didn't wrap him, he would wake every 30 hours to 1 hour because of startle reflex.
sometimes I just wondering, should I teach him to sleep without being wraped
My baby girl is 4 1/2 months and she has been sleeping thought the night for awhile (8-6:30). She will occasionally wake up because she wants her paci, but I haven't fed her in the middle night for a probably 2 months now. She is also a breastfed baby.
Tina - posted on 12/15/2009
my little girl will be 4 months on the 22nd and she has her last feed between 11pm and 1am then sleep till around 7.30 and 9am but all babies r diffrent some can sleep 8 or more hours where some wake up every 4 hours or so it just depends on the baby i think
Celia - posted on 12/14/2009
wow you are all lucky sleepers!
My baby sleeps for 4 hours then wakes up every 1.5-2 hours after that for nursing. He gets to bed at 7:30pm and wakes up between 6:30 and 7:30 am. I get to bed at 10pm usually so I rarely get more than 2 hours of sleep at a time, lol. And that sleep when they sleep thing just never works out for us :)
Libby - posted on 12/14/2009
My daughter sleeps for about 7 hours wakes for a feed and then back down again for 4 hours. Sometimes she wakes in between but I just leave her and she goes back to sleep on her own. I have not started solids yet & she is just a breastfed baby.
Jessica - posted on 12/13/2009
my little one sleeps 8/9 hours at night (10/11pm - 7am) and has little naps when he is tired throughout the day, if we take him out in car or pushchair he can sleep for hours in the day but it doesnt seem to effect his night time routine thank god
Natalie - posted on 12/13/2009
Cameron sleeps usually from 9:30 til about 2:30 and is ready again for a bottle. He was sleeping all night prior to his teething that began a few weeks ago. Now, since teething he has been waking up in the middle of the night to eat a bottle and then he will sleep til about 7. He eats about 7oz of a bottle w/rice cereal in it, sometimes 2 spoons of baby food if he will eat it, and will sleep about 5 hours at a time. At naptime, we are lucky if he sleeps 30 minutes. Sometimes if we turn on the fan in his room for noise he will sleep for hours at naptime.
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