he wont sleep through the night at 7 months..

Cara - posted on 02/18/2009 ( 53 moms have responded )

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help.. does anyone have any ideas? does your baby sleep through the night?

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Angela - posted on 03/26/2009

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Cara, have you had any luck getting him to sleep through the night yet? My son passed 8 mos now and is STILL waking up once or twice a night. every night is different for us...so i never know what to expect. he started cruising around on our furniture a couple weeks ago and i had to lower his mattress b/c he was always standing when i would go in to get him...so i think that's going to keep him from sleeping well for a while now. great. just wanted to see if anything has worked for you.

Rosie - posted on 03/26/2009

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my little girl laura is 8mths shes gone through the nite since 8weeks .i put her to bed about 10.30 sleeps until 10am sometimes.

Cara - posted on 02/27/2009

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yeha i know im going to miss it when he doesnt need me as much but its just getting so frusterating not being able to sleep through the night, especially since ive been sick lately. i just want to get a full nights sleep...

Angela - posted on 02/27/2009

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echoing what andrea said earlier about "this too shall pass"...it doesn't make things fun right now, but i have to admit that when they're "grown" and they don't need you to fall asleep, i do miss having my child fall asleep on me. my older daughter is two and a half. she just gives me a kiss and hug and falls asleep on her own. no more needing mom. so although it would be nice to get a full night's sleep for once, i try to remember as i watch my son fall asleep again while nursing at 2am that one day i will miss having him need me at night. don't get me wrong - i will not be disappointed when he starts to sleep an uninterrupted 12 hours, but until then, i just try to cherish the short time i have with him as a baby.

Laura - posted on 02/27/2009

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Our 7 month old slept through the night until she was 3 months old and started teething. The teething has recently subsided a bit along with her eating solids and she is only waking up once a night now. We started letting her cry it out when she was 5 months old and bed times have been easier ever since. It was really hard to listen to her cry, but she has since learned to put herself to sleep at the beginning and during the night. My doctor recommended feeding a little bit of cereal right before bedtime to fill up her belly before she went down for the night. Good luck!

Andrea - posted on 02/27/2009

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I totally feel your pain. My daughter has been what my husband and I like to call "consistantly inconsistant." She was colicky, which meant that she was held A LOT when she was very small, but then from 3-6 months old she slept like a dream. At 6 months she all of the sudden forgot how to sleep, and then she got a cold, and now she's FINALLY getting better, but still wakes some nights. I've read that developmental changes effect sleep, such as getting ready to crawl or to sprout a tooth. Also, I've consistantly seen that babies sometimes NEED to nurse up to twice a night until they're at least 9 months old.



What I've found is that EVERYONE has problems, there's no right or wrong answer, and that no matter what, eventually, this too shall pass. I am very intimately aware that those answers don't help when you're sleep deprived, but if you focus on the fact that one day all this will be a memory, it becomes easier.



As a last resort, if you have a ability and you cannot take it anymore, remember that you need to look out for you too. FIND HELP, even if for one night, and get some sleep yourself. Ask dad, or grandma, or a good friend to take some of the burden off of you and spend a night dealing with some (or all) of the wakings.

Ldoo - posted on 02/26/2009

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It's hard to know what exactly to do to break your baby's habit. I totally have been there. I was just desperate for someone to tell me what to do - step by step. I know I've mentioned this a couple of times on here, but I totally recomment going to http://www.picknicksbrain.com/services/. I'm telling you, I paid $20 to e-mail with the sleep expert in charge of the Web site. She gave me step-by-step instructions and it SOOO worked. Try it. :) (I have no stake in the Web site at all - I just want to let people know how much she can help you)

Cara - posted on 02/25/2009

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yeah i have tried being consistant, definitely done everything, tried everything, and nothing seems to work! to top it all off i got sick on monday night and have had no energy to try and be consistant.

Ldoo - posted on 02/25/2009

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I was the same way. I swear I did everything by the book: same routine every night, same bed time, early bed time (6-7), no paci, etc. And she still woke up. I just found that being CONSISTENT for many, many, many nights in a row finally did the trick. You can't try CIO or any method for just one night. You have to give it time to work. Good luck!

Karalyn - posted on 02/25/2009

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Oh wanted to add she gets about 32 oz of formula a day and eats 3 meals so there is NO reason she should be hungry. In fact she struggles to eat when she wakes up like her body doesn't want it shes using it to sleep. She has been sick constantly so has never slept through the night. I honestly think during the day when I put her down for her nap (sometimes she takes no bottle) shes used to that but during the night she feels like she "has to eat" if that makes any sense.

Karalyn - posted on 02/25/2009

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So I have the same problem with my daughter and sleeping. She has always been put to bed awake always. So I have no idea why shes still waking up. I'm trying the water thing did it last night at her usual 3:45am feeding it caused her to skip her 6:00 am feeding and sleep til 8:30 am but its been 1 night so I don't know if it will happen again. Those who tried the water trick how long did it take to actually work?

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Quoting Karen:

My son started sleeping through at 6 weeks but then at 5 months starting waking up. I thought he was hungry so was feeding him back to sleep. But have just finished retraining him - it took about 5 nights. When he wakes I pick him up cuddle him and put him back down. I repeated this after 20 mins if he was still crying. He cried for an hour the first to nights - so you have to be brave , then he did 10 mins, then 5 anf now has slept through 3 nights!! He also has two 1-2 hour sleeps a day. He sleeps from 7:30-6:30 Good luck!


I think if baby wakes to eat, they are hungry and need the nurishment. It can be hard to get them back to sleeping through and eating more during the day, but most of the time if they feed at night, they are growing. My daughter started waking once or twice a night about a month ago, and since then she's gone from a size 6m to 12m and grew like crazy. She's starting to sleep longer again now.

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Quoting Cara:



Quoting Lemmy:




my little gal is 7months old and as been sleeping through from 6weeks old if your baby sleeps in the day wake them up after 20mins don't let them sleep then at night there so tired they will go through alnight









that sounds like a good idea... he doesnt usually sleep for more than 20 mins at a time when he napps tho anyway





I've read a study that tiring out baby to sleep longer doesn't work. Rested babies sleep more peaceful and longer. There is another thread with the same question http://apps.facebook.com/circleofmoms/th... this might help. Good luck

Samantha - posted on 02/25/2009

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My son is seven months and he doesn't sleep through the night either.  The longest he will sleep is 5 -6 hours at a time and that's only if he's in our bed!!!  I spoke to the health visitor about it today and she has given me a 'controlled crying' information sheet, but I don't know if I can do it.  I just hate hearing him cry and feel guilty as he gets himself in such a state.  I also nurse him to sleep most of the time but not always.  It doesn't help that he is ill at the moment but we have tried the rubbing his back when he is almost asleep and it does work sometimes.  It's just when it's the middle of the night and you just want some sleep it's easier to nurse him back to sleep when he's waking up 3 -4 times a night!!!  I have to really be more consistent in the methods we use and make sure stick to it.  Just wanted to you to know your not on your own, they say it gets easier!!!

Jaylene - posted on 02/24/2009

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Cara - Every baby is different, there is no right or wrong, My boy is almost 7 months and has 'accidently' slept through ALL night only a handful of times.



It depends what people classify as 'sleep through'.



Does your bub self settle during the day? If they do then they are more likely to put themselves back to sleep during the night, we are trying to leave our baby at night and let him put himself back to sleep, even if it means a half hour crying session, he has caught on pretty quick, its just one of those things ya have to stick with and be strong by leavig them in there cot.



Good luck

Karen - posted on 02/24/2009

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My son started sleeping through at 6 weeks but then at 5 months starting waking up. I thought he was hungry so was feeding him back to sleep. But have just finished retraining him - it took about 5 nights. When he wakes I pick him up cuddle him and put him back down. I repeated this after 20 mins if he was still crying. He cried for an hour the first to nights - so you have to be brave , then he did 10 mins, then 5 anf now has slept through 3 nights!! He also has two 1-2 hour sleeps a day. He sleeps from 7:30-6:30 Good luck!

Danialle - posted on 02/24/2009

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Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Last week he was waking at 2:30 for a bottle then up at 6. This week he has been waking at 2:30 and I give him his paci and he is back to sleep, and waking at 6 for a bottle. I notice he sleeps worse when he is teething or going through a growth spurt. It is really frustrating because he will be doing so good, and then all of a sudden he is waking 2 or 3 times a night. Good luck, this too shall end.

Elizabeth - posted on 02/24/2009

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Quoting Elizabeth:

My 7 MO twins don't sleep through the night, either. They are genuinely hungry when they wake up, though, and one goes back to sleep with almost no fuss.

My daughter goes down for the night pretty easily, with just a lullaby and a pacifier. She also goes back to sleep after a nighttime feeding with just her paci. My son, on the other hand, wants to nurse/snuggle all night and HATES sleeping alone in his crib. We finally had to cry it out starting last night. After our bedtime routine (feed veggies mixed with cereal, change into jammies, play quietly for 15-20 minutes together, have a last bottle of milk, lullaby/rocking for 5 or so minutes, into the cribs), Henry slept for 30 minutes then woke up. He cried for an agonizing 55 minutes before falling back to sleep. I cried, too, listening to him. He woke up hungry at his normal time (about 2 am), and I nursed him and put him back down in the crib. He cried for about 20 minutes, then went to sleep until morning. This is a vast improvement over our previous routine of giving in after 10-15 minutes of crying and having him sleep next to me all night... and waking me 3-4 times a night to nurse. Tonight, he didn't cry at all when I put him down in his crib, and has been asleep for two hours so far. We'll see what happens when he wakes up later!

One thing that has definitely helped us is having a snuggly stuffed animal in the crib for Henry to cuddle with. At 7 months, the SIDS risk has decreased enough for me to feel OK with that! Also, a dim nightlight helps as well with our two.


Update! Sooo... 55 minutes the first night, 20 minutes second night (after sleeping for 2 hours) and 10 minutes after 2 am feeding, 8 minutes the third night (after sleeping 1.5 hours) and 10 minutes after 11 pm feeding.  Getting better!

Mary - posted on 02/24/2009

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My son is 7 months old and he has slept through the night since he was about 5 and a half months old.  do you give you son a bath before bed or in the day?  We give Jayden a bath before bed with that bedtime bath stuff then he gets a rub down with the bedtime lotion...he then gets his cereal and a bottle and he is out like a light and doesn't wake up until 7-8 am.



His bath is at 7:30 and usualy by 8:30 he is down for the count.

Sarah - posted on 02/24/2009

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My daughter does not sleep thru the night either and she was born on July 3rd so she is almost 8 months. I have heard that it is ok to let them cry for a while and not go get them every time. Mine is a loud cryer and sleeps in the same room with my older daughter so I have to. She still gets up at least 2 or 3 times at night.

Alexis - posted on 02/23/2009

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My little guy has been sleeping through the night from about 4 weeks old. He is now almost 7 months. I found early on that he did not like the dark. I originally had to have a small lamp on and now am down to the light on the baby monitor. He goes to bed around 7 or 8 pm and usually will sleep to 7 or 8 am. I found that if he does wake during the night a quick 10 or 20 minutes or nursing and he is off again and will sleep in. As mentioned below the cereal at dinner seems to stick to there ribs and fills them up. I usually feed him dinner at 5 and then nurse 1 or 2 short times before bed.

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My daughter doesn't sleep through the night either. We have to share a room and I made it a habit of putting her to bed with me when she woke up in the middle of the night. I just get so tired I don't want to stand by the crib and pat her. But now, she doesn't sleep all night in my bed either! I am reading all the advice and I'm hoping it works. I just find, she senses when I go to bed and wakes up soon after and we live with my parents, (im a single mom) and they don't like hearing her cry. UUGH!

Elizabeth - posted on 02/22/2009

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My 7 MO twins don't sleep through the night, either. They are genuinely hungry when they wake up, though, and one goes back to sleep with almost no fuss.

My daughter goes down for the night pretty easily, with just a lullaby and a pacifier. She also goes back to sleep after a nighttime feeding with just her paci. My son, on the other hand, wants to nurse/snuggle all night and HATES sleeping alone in his crib. We finally had to cry it out starting last night. After our bedtime routine (feed veggies mixed with cereal, change into jammies, play quietly for 15-20 minutes together, have a last bottle of milk, lullaby/rocking for 5 or so minutes, into the cribs), Henry slept for 30 minutes then woke up. He cried for an agonizing 55 minutes before falling back to sleep. I cried, too, listening to him. He woke up hungry at his normal time (about 2 am), and I nursed him and put him back down in the crib. He cried for about 20 minutes, then went to sleep until morning. This is a vast improvement over our previous routine of giving in after 10-15 minutes of crying and having him sleep next to me all night... and waking me 3-4 times a night to nurse. Tonight, he didn't cry at all when I put him down in his crib, and has been asleep for two hours so far. We'll see what happens when he wakes up later!

One thing that has definitely helped us is having a snuggly stuffed animal in the crib for Henry to cuddle with. At 7 months, the SIDS risk has decreased enough for me to feel OK with that! Also, a dim nightlight helps as well with our two.

Leslie - posted on 02/22/2009

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My daughter also does not sleep thru the night. It's funny cause she slept better at 3 months than she does now! But she is starving when she wakes up. She sucks down a bottle and then zonks back out. We've tried letting her CIO, but at night if she's hungry it won't work. sigh. I guess she'll grow out of it on her terms. Cara, I know it's not fun, but every child is different. Maybe your little guy just isn't the sleeper.

Hannah - posted on 02/22/2009

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My son is also almost 7 months and doesn't sleep through the night either and I have tried everything! Someone said something about offering water at night when they wake up..that sounds like a great idea! Also my son no matter how hard I try he won't stay up past 6:30-7pm...I think he is going to be too early some nights, he even does this if he took really good naps during the day. I think it just takes time though and we just aren't as lucky as the other ladies! We will just have to keep trying different methods, good luck to you!

Angela - posted on 02/22/2009

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my son is 7mos and doesn't sleep through. my 2 1/2 yr daughter didn't sleep through until 9mos. so this really didn't surprise me. i have a solid routine with my kids before bed, and i do nurse my son to sleep. he wakes even though he's not hungry now because he's got some separation anxiety that's starting up. as for crying it out...i had to do it with my daughter to get her to sleep in her own bed at 4 mos. it took a lot more than 30 mins of crying for her to go to sleep and it took more than one week of crying. my son can put himself to sleep for naps - i just lay him in bed and he cries for 2-10 mins and then he's out for 45 min to 2 hours. i never know how long he'll sleep. bottom line...every kid is different. crying it out will eventually work...it just really stinks to listen to it. i have a noise machine and humidifier on in my daughter's room and she can't hear any of it...so try that to keep the rest of the house happy if you decide to try crying it out again. i am giving my son a week or two more to figure it out on his own and then i am going to cut off the night feedings. the older they get and the more skills they gain the harder crying it out gets! i totally understand how tired you are! two feeding last night and he was up at 6:30! augh! it won't last forever.

Cara - posted on 02/21/2009

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Quoting Nicole:

ive had that problem with my son ...i learnt to just keep going in and patting him on the back i dont pick him up at all and have the bottle ready to give but leave them in the cot after 3 nights of what seemed like hell ...he is now sleeping through ...i feel for you by 7 months i thought are you kidding..lol..good luck i hope it helps


haha thank you and yes.. i hope something helps!!! lol

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ive had that problem with my son ...i learnt to just keep going in and patting him on the back i dont pick him up at all and have the bottle ready to give but leave them in the cot after 3 nights of what seemed like hell ...he is now sleeping through ...i feel for you by 7 months i thought are you kidding..lol..good luck i hope it helps

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Hi Have you tried the music ideal yet and do you have the lavender bath time wash, lotion and shampoo? That seems to work too it relaxes the baby and helps them full a sleep. I few times if my little girl is fighting the sleep time before bed I feed her a bit of a bottle then let her play a bit on her own on the floor. A few times she has falling asleep on her own with her little blanket for sercurity. My daughter has always had a good habit of rubbing that small blanket on her face to relax and fall asleep fairly fast. I use this method has well with the final bottle at night before her bed time. It's just a small blanket with a teddy or bunny on the end or middle that is the size of a small tea towel, this has been a life saver for me to get her down faster. My daughter has always loved the feel of soft things and blankets, it's conforting like a mother lightly  rubbing their face with our hand. Hope this helps some, it's been great for me, good luck..

Cara - posted on 02/21/2009

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yeah i guess i just need to keep trying new things to see what works for aiden because im doing all of those things. 3 regular meals a day plus milk, the bath bed routine with milk just before he falls asleep and he doesnt sleep through. he has been better the last few nights only waking 2 times a night, but thats 2 times too many. haha so its just a waiting and trying game for now i think! im just running out of ideas

Sarah - posted on 02/21/2009

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hello, m is now just 7 mths and only strated sleeping through a few weeks ago, putting this down to her being on 3 meals a day, regular day time naps, blackout blind, bath/bed set routine, and then goodnight milk to fnish her off! took a lil while to drop the night feeds, but did this by only offering water. gradually she got the msg and doesn't bother waking up for it. now she goes 7-7.30 x

Charmaine - posted on 02/21/2009

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Every child is different. My son just started sleeping through the night two nights ago. We think that he may not have been getting all the calories he needed during the day so he would try to catch up at night. Now he gets three solid food meals in addition to his milk and that seems to have done it. Hang in there, it will happen. Also don't be discouraged. I was beginning to wonder about my son because it seemed like everyone I talked to had their kid sleeping through the night from as early as three month. Agh!

Cara - posted on 02/20/2009

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Quoting Nancy:

since my baby was seven weeks she slept through the whole night my baby would eat every three hours so i would give her the last bottle at 10 pm with cereal and she didnt wake up until 8 or 9 a that worked like magic for me


yeah aiden wont take a bottle, bu ti do the cereal, bath, nurse, bed routine every night and he still wont even sleep a couple hours.  4 is about his topp amount.

Cara - posted on 02/20/2009

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Quoting Brittany:



My baby has been sleeping through the night since about 7 weeks. She slept about 8 hours a night then and since four months she has slept 10-12 hours a night. I always feed her rice cereal and then put her in the bath at night and get her ready for bed and then nurse her until she goes to sleep. Feeding her cereal and giving her a bath really helps a lot. Also my docter told me that once a baby is 4 months old they should sleep at least 8 hours a night and if they arent just let them cry. If they cry for over a half hour then you can pick them up but dont feed them. They are only eating as a comfort and not because they are really that hungry. It will be hard for about a week but will be worth it after that.





haha i do the exact same routine, every night.  and h doesnt sleep through the night. and i try and let him cry but he doesnt fall asleep.  half an hour goes by and i go in a pick him up and he falls alseep.

Nancy - posted on 02/20/2009

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since my baby was seven weeks she slept through the whole night my baby would eat every three hours so i would give her the last bottle at 10 pm with cereal and she didnt wake up until 8 or 9 a that worked like magic for me

Brittany - posted on 02/20/2009

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My baby has been sleeping through the night since about  7 weeks. She slept about 8 hours a night then and since four months she has slept 10-12 hours a night. I always feed her rice cereal and then put her in the bath at night and get her ready for bed and then nurse her until she goes to sleep. Feeding her cereal and giving her a bath really helps a lot. Also my docter told me that once a baby is 4 months old they should sleep at least 8 hours a night and if they arent just let them cry. If they cry for over a half hour then you can pick them up but dont feed them. They are only eating as a comfort and not because they are really that hungry. It will be hard for about a week but will be worth it after that.

Amy - posted on 02/20/2009

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I read that at this age, if baby wakes up, eats and goes right back to sleep...he is probably hungry. If he eats but then doesn't want to sleep, but wants to play and have your attention...then it's just a bad habit. My little guy is still getting up twice a night too. I think maybe he's about ready to drop one of those feedings, but like you I'm dealing with him disturbing the whole house, so it's hard.

Cara - posted on 02/19/2009

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Quoting Megyn:

Remember too that this is the beginning of the separation anxiety phase, so when you put him down, leave the room! I used the cry it out method and made sure I immediately left the room once he was in the crib. When he can see me, it only makes things 100x worse.


yeah i tried that and he cried for like half an hour before i gave in.  than again he also woke up the whole house and they were getting madd so its not just him i have to teach to put up with the crying at night.  lol

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Remember too that this is the beginning of the separation anxiety phase, so when you put him down, leave the room! I used the cry it out method and made sure I immediately left the room once he was in the crib. When he can see me, it only makes things 100x worse.

Cara - posted on 02/19/2009

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Amber, Sandi, and Tanya-Lee thank you so much for all the information!! i am going to try my best to use it all... hoping to god that somehting works because another night like last night (5 hours of trying to get him to sleep) and only 5 hours of interrupted sleep would not do me very much good at all. i am definitely going to discourage sleep after a feeding from now on. i diddnt even really think about that before but excellent advice!! i put aiden down at between 7 and 8.. when ever he falls asleep. and yes, i do let him fall asleep in my arms, another thing i am going to try not to do as much although that will take a while i think because he really hates going to sleep on his own and has never, other than maybe once or twice, gone to sleep on hiis own.. i am praying that this works, that something works because the 7 months of interrupted sleep every night is starting to get to me. thank you again for all the input. ill report the goings on in the morning.. or tonight but i hope it doesnt come to that!! lol

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Hi I have my 7 month old little girl, she has slept through the nights since around 6 weeks or so but now she has been getting up at 6 am yesterday morning and this morning at 4 am. My daughter usually goes to bed between 7 - 8 pm mostly but I think I have to keep her up a bit later now. When do you put your little one down? I have a relaxing cd going all night in her room since the first week she was home, that seemed to work but now it's changing. I hope is just from her have a small cold right now but maybe you can try the music thing. My daughter also doesn't sleep for long periods of time during the day so she usually can't make it past 9 pm but will try tonight to keep her up much later around 11 pm maybe.

Sandi - posted on 02/19/2009

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We actually used the book Baby Whisperer which has been a godsend. It has some great ideas for sleep habits which we used from the beginning. Very similar to Amber, they try to get into a pattern of eat, play, then sleep. Our little one has been sleeping through the night since 6 weeks (part of that I am sure is due to luck, but the other part I think was the methods from this book). He actually is a great napper during the day, I have heard that it is key that they take good naps during the day so they are not too tired when they go to bed. Good luck...I couldn't imagine going through no sleep for this long, I feel for you and hope you are able to get some relief soon.

Amber - posted on 02/19/2009

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I think that's why he's not sleeping well, He associates food with sleep and that's why he has to have food before bed (which could be a horrible habit once he gets to be a toddler)
You'll have to change your whole approach. After you feed him try to keep him up at least 45 min. each time hes' fed. It will be a hard habit to break since he's already 7 months old but you'll have to do this in order to keep your sanity :) It will take a while but keep at it. Don't let him drift off after feeding whatever you do!
Another thing is do you always hold him for him to go to sleep? Again, this will just be a huge issue once he gets older. He will need to learn to sooth himself and learn to fall asleep on his own for his sake and especially yours!
Are you a stay at home mom? Any way you can get a hold of the book Babywise? It was a lifesaver for me!!!

Cara - posted on 02/18/2009

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Quoting Amber:

Hi :)
Has he ever slept through the night?
If he hasn't, his inner clock may be stuck and he's used to you comforting him.
I let my little one cry it out for 3 nights. It took about 10 min for her to settle herself back down and she sleeps a good 9-10 hours.
My little one takes 2 1.5-2 hour naps and also a cat nap in the late afternoon too:)
Does he go sleep right after eating during the day?


haha i wish, one night of uninterrupted sleep would be a godsent but no, he has never slept through the night.  and he is defenetly using me to comfort him.. i tried the cry it out method tonight instead of the usual pick him up and feed him (the suck suck and hes asleep kind of thing, using me as a soother) but the cry it out method did not work.. he cried for almost half an hour, with me there and everything.  i also tried the water method ive heard about and that also diddnt work as he doesnt like bottles and apparently doesnt like sippy cups at night either.   so i refused to feed him and just stuck a soother in his mouth and let him cry and fuss for about an hour while holding him till he fell asleep.  im going to only feed him once tonight and see how that goes.  hopin it goes well

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