my son is 10 months and still not sleeping all night he can be up 3 or 4 times a night.

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Krystal - posted on 01/04/2010

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Im in the same boat! Wil was up last night from 230 - 4am and then up at 6am for the day. Other nights he is waking up to 7 times a night. Im going crazy and get so mad and frustrated. Sorry i didnt help but letting you know im in the same position xx

Michelle - posted on 01/16/2010

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I know this sounds hard (it was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do) but let him cry it out! I did this with both of my kids when they were 4 months old and they both go to bed at 8:00 and sleep for 12-13 hours. The key is that they need to learn to sooth themselves. Everyone, including adults, wakes up in the middle of the night multiple times. The key is being able to get themselves back to sleep. If a baby is rocked to sleep or fed and then put down, they need/expect the same every time they wake up. My son, who is now 4, took 3 nights and my daughter, 10 months, took 1 night. They both taught themselves how to self-sooth. It was VERY hard to listen to them cry but now they can sleep throught the night (and so can I)! I think that it is worth it because they need the sleep even more that I do. They were both ahppier and better rested kids after we were done adn I didn't have to worry if they're going to wake up in the middle of the night. I recommend The Sleep Trainer (www.4momsonline.com) to help you. It was a lifesaver for me! Good luck!

Sabrina - posted on 01/06/2010

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Try giving baths before bed we give our daughter a bath every 2 days then a day off then every 2 days again shes sleeps better the only thing that wakes her up is she is suffering with really bad eczema otherwise she'll sleep through the night also make sure your child is having enough to eat as he/she might be hungry us adults get annoyed if we're hungry so babies/kids will be the same up there feed if need be there tell you if they've had enough, rub some night time lotion onto there body aswell like massage oils and stuff like that its calming for them and will soothe them aswell. Good Luck.

Sarah-Anne - posted on 01/05/2010

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It's the teething. Bella started sleeping thru the night immediatly, but stopped as soon as she started teething. She's up at least twice a night. Mostly we just change her butt if needed and she gets a bottle. most times she just can't find her paci and once she has it back, she's out. Bella only has her two bottom teeth she got in Nov, so we know we're not going to sleep much for a while. It took her 6 months to get the first two cut. Our doctor told us on bad nights, tylenol or motrin can help. We also keep her on the same schedule every day/night. lately she's been wanting to go to bed earlier than normal, but that usually means she's up more at night.

Beck - posted on 01/05/2010

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We were / are in the same boat, though its just down to 1 or 2 (or sometimes if we are REALLY LUCKY none!!!!) We are just in for a quick dummy plug then we are done. Its never more than 1 minute. I have found its all about a structured settleing routine at EVERY sleep time, making sure they are getting just the right amount of sleep during the day...too much = waking at night, not enough = over tired and waking at night. Trying to keep the temperature right, this I fine is hard, however the other night it started hot then cooled so at 2am I went in (bub was still asleep) and added another blanket - this night he didn't wake at all. I find lots of active play during the day helps. I also offer bub a little drink of water sometimes when he wakes about 5am, this seems to help him go off til I wake him or he wakes about 6.30. My bub does the Australian Baby Whisperer - Dream Baby routine. Have done from 6mths - changed our lives. Was in our bed, up ever hour, feeding every 3hrs all night!!! Now he wakes or I wake him around 6.30am then does a 20 nap at 8.45am (I wake him) then 2.5hrs at 12noon then into bed at 7. As I said there may be a wake at 3am then one around 5am but they seem to be decreasing, especially now he has his 4 teeth through. Only other thing I can think of is food intake. Do you think he is getting enough food /milk during the day. this could also cause night time wakings? Lack of iron (especially from meat) can cause wakings. Whats his routine like now? Good luck... Trust me I know how much you go crazy without sleep!!

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TIA - posted on 11/27/2013

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My son turned a 1year old yesterday and still does not sleep allnite..Im still trying to get him off the bottle..

Arlyn - posted on 01/19/2010

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my gorgeous son is really the same too.. the problem is he doesnt sleep much during the day either. He just got much energy most of the time..

Karen - posted on 01/18/2010

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Wow i so thought I was the only one....My son is 10 months old and still not sleeping through the night. He is a breast fed baby and wakes up to "snack". It can be up to 4 times a night. Im not too sure what to do but Im trying everything. From late night feeding before bed time, singing and rubbing his back...

Christel - posted on 01/16/2010

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So sorry to hear all the sleep deprived parents out there. My baby used to wake every two hours for a feed and i was exhausted!!
We started solids abit earlier than the recommend but he was so ready for it. He just eats and eats and eats. I think this is what helped him start to sleep through. He did want the comfort of a BF in the night but by 6 months i thought he didnt really need it, and he also started refusing milk feeds during the day. So i stopped offering him milk at night, it took 2-3 nights and than he learnt he wasnt getting any.
He is now nine months and has slept through ever since, he has the odd nights when he wakes up but its only when a new tooth is coming through or he is sick, than he settles back to his normal routine.
Just need to be tough with them, by this age they dont need milk as much. Most of their nutrition is through food now.

Valerie - posted on 01/15/2010

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Im in the same boat, but i have been letting her cry for about 10 minutes then letting her know that im there and that its time for sleep then leaving again. she will usually go to sleep after that. She has been waking up less and less... Expect for the past few days, shes getting in some teeth but ive been trying to stick to the rountine, maybe letting him cry could help.

Stephanie - posted on 01/15/2010

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My 10 month old just recently started sleeping through the night (again) He was doing fine, on a really nice schedule... Then once his teeth started coming, well his 3rd and 4th one, he started to wake up again!! I thought it would never end, then when his molar finally popped through, he started sleeping through the night again, poor little guy has 10 teeth already, one right after another, sometimes 2 a month!! :( Nothing really helped with that, we would give him tylenol at bedtime, and rub some baby orajel on there, also used teething tablets (there all natural) and it helped a little, but still woke up.. Another suggestion would be Enfamil has a new formula out, its called restfull.. Its made with rice so it gently expands in baby's tummy, and digests a little slower.. There has been good and bad reviews on it, worth a shot though I think! Hope it helps, I know it really sucks having to wake up multiple times through the night!!

Amanda - posted on 01/15/2010

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bedtime routines work a treat. my son slept through the night from about 2 months old.every night i giv him a warm bath, bottle and read to him or just have a quiet conversation about what we did during the day. also try the grobags, so they stay warm all night. when i zip him up in it he knows it time for sleep and is usually asleep within 10 mins. it is very rare for him to wake during the night but if he does i try to use as little light as possible and talk very softly to him so he settles back down.

Michelle - posted on 01/15/2010

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mine gets up once or twice in the night and he just turned 10 months today. i think it's a mixture of teething and the fact that he knows if he wakes up at night now that his dad is home from afghanistan, that he will just get put between his mom and dad in their bed. i really wish i could break him of this habit. he never did this while his dad was gone.

Kylie - posted on 01/15/2010

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IT is so good o know I am not alone. I have 3 boys and an age gap of 7 years with the last two. My first boys slept wonderfully and this time I find myself up 3/4 times a night. The thing that gets me through is knowing I am not alone and that it will not be forever. I will evenually get sleep and I depend on my husbend to give me a break on weekends. I know it is hard, and I have tried everything. My son is in a solid routine, has been from day 2 of his life. He eats well and even has a bottle at night before bed, otherwise I am breastfeeding. I have asked a thousand people for help and no one gives me any answers, I even tried control crying. I think it is just a wait and see. One night he will sleep through and I will be in shock!!! Take care Mums!

Dawn - posted on 01/14/2010

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My daughter's the same way. She's 10 months old and will wake up to eat anywhere between 3-6am. Lately we have been giving her cereal right before bed then topping her up with 2-4 oz bottle depending on how much she wants. Most nights she'll sleep until at least 7am. Just need to get her off the soother so she stops waking up wanting that!!

Kristine - posted on 01/14/2010

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My son is the same way ! I don't know what it is .. The doctor told me he should be sleeping through the night now .. I feed him before he goes to sleep , change his diaper , make sure he's comfortable so I wouldn't see the reason why he still wakes up in the middle night . Hopefully it goes away soon ..

Mikeshia - posted on 01/14/2010

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i with you my daughter is still waking up 3 to 4 times a night she 10months how can i get her to sleep through the night

Bonnie - posted on 01/14/2010

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I know how you feel, He only gets up once in the night so i try and keep him up longer but nothings happened just got wait. Will be a lot happier then lol

Alexi - posted on 01/14/2010

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My daughter is a funny thing...lol. I have feed her at 5pm then have playtime/bathtime. The i take her upstairs and slowly get her changed into her Pajamas (this MUST be done upstairs when its quiet and dark ish). We have some mummy baby time and then i put her in the cot, with her bottle..tell her night night and leave the room. Now, she is still breastfed but does take a bottle. She will normally sleep from 8pm untill 3.15am and then wakes for a breastfeed (she is going through seperation anxiety, so it is essential in my view that when she wakes at 3.15am, i go to her). She then spends the rest of the night in my bed.

Last night i tried controlled crying: She screamed blue bloody murder for 30 mins and was hysterical!!! There is no way i can do that!! I have a 3 and 5 yr old who are both in bed and asleep by 6 and 6.30pm respectively.
My point of view is that the most important thing is to teach them how to go to sleep alone. The rest will come naturally. (none of my 3 boys slept through until they were 2yrs old...and i survived...JUST!! LOL)

Alison - posted on 01/13/2010

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My daughter wakes up once to eat. After she was 7 months and I went back to work full time, I was desperate for more sleep. At that point she was also up every 3-4 hours. I read every book under the sun, but had the best luck with Weissbluth's Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Baby. It did take a few nights of some crying, but to me it was worth it. I tried methods without crying, but for us they did not work. Good luck!

Heather - posted on 01/13/2010

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Quoting stacey:

Hi Michelle,
I breastfed my twins until they were 9 months old and found that they were beginning to wake more and more in the night as time went on. They had both previously slept through the night. I beleive that as soon as I started weaning them onto food at 6 months my breast milk started to decrease because they were not feeding as often through the day. I decided to make the big decision to stop breastfeeding and give them formula!! Since I have done this they have both started sleeping much better (only waking up once now....or sometimes not at all from 7pm until 8am!) I do think that they were not getting enough milk and hense the continuous waking. I know it is a massaive decision and took me ages to be convinced, but im pleased that I have done it now and at least I am getting a better night sleep! Hope this helps. Best wishes.



It may not be that they were not geting enough milk breastfeeding....breastmilk is digested a lot faster than formula since it is so "baby belly friendly".  I myself still breastfeed at 10 months and my son eats every 2 hours.  IT sucks but I know breastmilk is much better for him.  And sleeping through the night??? Forget about it.  But Id rather deal with it than switch to formula. 



A lot of my friends did not breast feed long and as soon as they stopped and switched to formula, their babies slept all through the night.  I prefer to wait till my little boy weans himself...or age 2...whatever comes first. 



However....I know how hard it is to breastfeed one baby for this long....congrats to managing two babies at once.... I dont know if I could have breastfed twins for as long as you did!!!

Elisha - posted on 01/13/2010

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If he is not teething or any other medical condition, there is no reason he shouldn't be sleeping through! There will be much debate about this and many disagree but getting my girls into a routine was the best thing we have ever done. Out of all 8 of my daughters/nieces and nephews we have all followed the same routine and all have been sleeping through since 9weeks!!! You need to teach them to sleep and set their own body clock! Try waking him up and putting him down the same time (roughly) each day and make bedtime a process of steps. Dinner with family, bath time, dressed, milk and a story, brush teeth and to bed. If he does wake, try to settle him without picking him up, you may need to just let him cry. At 10months he is old enough to learn to settle himself and should not be needing extra feeds Also make sure he isn't over sleeping in the day. 2 sleeps 2-2/12 hrs is plenty and if he is sleeping any longer, wake him up! Be mindful this is the age they go through separation anxiety, maybe his favourite blankey or soft toy with him in his cot may help! I hope this help, i can only say this as it has worked for ma and all my sisters. Good luck!

Ticy - posted on 01/13/2010

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wow!!! its amazing how i thought i was the only one going throught this!! my 9 mth old wakes at 12 and 3 every night!! the warm bath and bottle helps her go to sleep, but it doesnt help her stay asleep........ i dont kno wat to do?????

Cheryl - posted on 01/13/2010

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mine was waking up about 3-4 times a night, then started waking up like 6x a night! We later figured it's because she was teething. Now she's back to 3-4x a night.

Ruth - posted on 01/13/2010

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my son doesnt sleep either,i am up with him at least 6 times a night, hes not hungry or hot or cold or needing changing he just wont sleep! i also work nights 2 nights a week so know how you feel!! my eldest son slept really well from 4 weeks but stopped at 18 months and got up at 5am for 4 years!! so im just hoping louis is the other way around!!

Samantha - posted on 01/12/2010

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My daughter used to be a great sleeper. She is just about 10 months old (on the 20th). Since about 6 months she has woken up 1-2 times at night, then went done to only once after sleeping for 8 hours straight. Ever since the beginning of this month, it has gotten to be where she sleeps for an hour then wakes up. I have heard that breastfed babies sleep less soundly through the night b/c they digest breast milk faster than formula.

Abigail won't cry herself to sleep it is as if she gets madder & madder and gets too worked up to sleep.

She is the same way with a nap, she will play herself to sleep, but if she is crying or fighting going into the crib, she won't go to sleep at all...

She needs a bottle/nursing before bed or she won't sleep & if I put her in her crib drowsy she will soothe herself to sleep, though it only lasts about 1-2 hours then she wakes up and wants to be soothed back to sleep.

Also, we have used the same routine since we got her on it, with little alteration. It is sooooooo frustrating. She is always nursed/bottle fed in her room no lights on and then put in her crib.

Leslie - posted on 01/12/2010

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I have a nine month old, who doesn't sleep as well. The only way to get her to sleep is to nurse her, and we are doing this probably 3-4 times a night easily. Piper does not take a pacifier, she never would. I have tried to let her just cry it out, and that just didn't work. 30 minutes later she is still standing screaming, just with a very messy face. She only takes breastmilk, never would take formula. Eats pretty good during the day, I feed her food until she will not take any more...any suggestions!

Heidi - posted on 01/11/2010

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My 9 month old daughter has been sleeping through since she was 8 weeks old... I pretty much started a routine from day one, where she always has a nice warm bath, gets into her pjs and has a bottle then bed. We always give her the bedtime bottle around 8pm and always in her room, so she cant watch the tv etc That way she knows its quiet time and sleep time! mind you with teething she sometimes wakes with a grizzle but we put her dummy in and she goes back down. May not work for everyone, but its worth a try i guess as it seems to work for us! good luck :-)

Susan - posted on 01/11/2010

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Speak to your physician. My 9 month old son is waking up once a night still and it's probably our fault. We have a wonderful pediatrician. When we listened to him w/our first son, he slept through the night within a week. That was between 9mo-1yr. Basically, let your baby cry for about 5 mins the first couple nights each time. Then extend that to 10 minutes for a couple nights. Continue to extend the time until he starts soothing himself back to sleep. It'll be miserable until he's sleeping, but it sounds like you're miserable already. At this age, they don't need to eat at night anymore and they have the ability to self soothe if you let them learn. I've made the mistake of nursing my son when he wakes up and he's very insistant on it now. The longer you wait, the more stubborn they become. I hope this or someone else's 'tricks' may work for you. Good luck.

Coral - posted on 01/11/2010

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My little Iceni wakes too but i think she is teething again. She has only gone through about 10 times and thats only about 7 hours max. She is nearly ten months and has 4 teeth. I have tried leaving her to cry, she just gets louder, i pick her up and most times she is fine but wont go back to sleep unless i feed her, luckily i am still breast feeding so it is quite easy, she then falls asleep and back in her cot she goes. She has this internal clock that wakes her at round 0420 every morning, and thats when i get up and go downstairs with her and there we stay, her breast feeding and sleeping on me until 7-8am. It is hard although i do realise others have it worse, but some have it much better i know. My health visitor advised me to put her into her cot awake, and let her fall asleep, then eventually she would get used to the cot and being in it, it worked better that way, but soemtimes its impossible to keep her awake as she is so tired. She doesnt sleep great during the day, maybe half hour here and there if im lucky so i guess that doesnt help. The more sleep they get during the day is meant to be better as that is when they download all that they have learnt and are refreshed for the next few hours, therefore they have less to download when they eventually go to bed and sleep more soundly because their brain isnt in overdrive. It wont be forever, and the less stress you show them the better they will hopefully be. I havnt had a full 8 hours sleep for over 12 months as i wasnt sleeping too well in the later stages of pregnancy, but she is worth every waking hour.

Mellissa - posted on 01/11/2010

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same as cnt be much help but u aint the only one my son wakes up about 5 times a night and after 4 am he refuses to stay in his bed room so ends up in out bed which i hate but we just need some sleep

Beth - posted on 01/11/2010

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My daughter is almost 10 months old and wakes up at least once to eat. We try to feed her right before bed but she still wakes up. Of course we have never got her to take 8ozs of milk. The most we can get her to eat at a time is 6 ozs. We have been putting rice in her milk since she was 6 weeks old, for spitting up dr orders LOL! We do a routine too and that doesn't help. She also always gets up a 7 when her daddy gets up to go to work. Soon I am hoping it will get better.

Beck - posted on 01/11/2010

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Just think ladies, soon enough our bubbas are going to be 17-21 years old and we are going to be worried cos they are out with newly acquired car licenses and able to go out drinking... we wont be sleeping then cos we will be worried!!! At least we know where they are at the moment!!! ehhehhehhehe

Kristina - posted on 01/11/2010

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My daughter usually wakes up 4-5 times a night. She is almost 10 months old. My husband was giving her a bottle 2 times when she would get up. The dr said to stop feeding her and just give her water. We are trying that now, doesn't seem to be working yet. To her credit tho she is getting 5 teeth right now so I understand it. Im hoping once that is done with she will sleep thru the night, I am ONE tired mama!!

April - posted on 01/10/2010

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All I can say is I'm glad that I'm not the only one! I was thinking there was something wrong with my little girl. I have 2 older daughters and they started sleeping through the night at 5 months. But Naomi is up 2x a night for up to 2 hours at a time. I just keep thinking this is only a phase!

Stacey - posted on 01/10/2010

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Hi Michelle,
I breastfed my twins until they were 9 months old and found that they were beginning to wake more and more in the night as time went on. They had both previously slept through the night. I beleive that as soon as I started weaning them onto food at 6 months my breast milk started to decrease because they were not feeding as often through the day. I decided to make the big decision to stop breastfeeding and give them formula!! Since I have done this they have both started sleeping much better (only waking up once now....or sometimes not at all from 7pm until 8am!) I do think that they were not getting enough milk and hense the continuous waking. I know it is a massaive decision and took me ages to be convinced, but im pleased that I have done it now and at least I am getting a better night sleep! Hope this helps. Best wishes.

Helen - posted on 01/10/2010

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I haven't read all the replies, but we recently went through a similar situation. Our 9.5 month old boy went from sleeping 11hrs a night to waking up 2-3 times, I tried everything, from letting him cry to bringing him in to bed with us, nothing worked. So after hubby, baby & I being awake for 2 hours some nights, I fed him and he went back to sleep, I really didn't want to give in a feed him during the night, but it was an easy way out. We done this for several weeks then I decided to increase his day time solid feeds, the first night we done this, BINGO, he slept all night again. Then he got a cold and wasn't interested in eating so he didn't get much solids and again, he was up through the night, not sure if it was the cold or the hunger. He is now over his cold and eating well again and touch wood, he has slept well. I feed him around 8pm, put him down, he makes a few noises in the night, but doesn't wake till 7am, I feed him and he sleeps again for about 1-2hrs.



I hope something works for you, I was getting to the end of my tether. Good luck.

Beata - posted on 01/10/2010

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There are hundreds of books in this topic. Most of them list the same methods and I found them very helpful. If you really want him to sleep through the night, you can achieve it in max 1 month.

Amy - posted on 01/10/2010

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I know how you all are feeling. Recently, my hubby and I realized that due to our Noah's new crawling, it was waking him up at night. We then realized that we had to retrain him, so to speak. When he wakes up and cries, we wait 15mins, if at that time he doesn't stop, we go in and assess him. He always cries when we put him back in his crib but knowing that all of his needs are met, we let him cry himself to sleep. After one week of this, he now puts himself back to sleep within a few mins. I suggest wearing ear plugs if you an hear your lil one crying. It was hard on us but the outcome is worth it:) Good luck!

Jenny - posted on 01/09/2010

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We were having that prob, until I cut out one of his sleeps. Poor wee guy! But yes!! now he sleeps thru!!!!

Julie - posted on 01/09/2010

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mine has been the same way .. my pediatrian said to make sure he goes bed with a full stomach. also instead of giving him a bottle of fomula he won't want to wake up for that .. also you have to let him cry as long as he is alrightgo in after 5 minutes dont pick him upm tell him you are there and then .. the first night i tried he was up for 45 minutes crying on and offafter that he wen to sleep and i only had to do that for a night and now he wakes once instead of 3 or 4

Dani - posted on 01/09/2010

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mine i have put down to the teething too or his dummy...he goes to sleep at around 7pm we get him up for a night feed otherwise he is up around 1am for it then he sleeps till 5.30am then up for a bottle and sometime back down for another hour...but some nights he has a feed at 10.30(nightfeed) and then another at 3am then another at 6am its always different...when you think you have a little routine the next week its all different! When he cuts his teeth he is up every 2 hours but only for 1-2 min but still takes it out of me...I think we just need to be patient with them and just tell ourself it will change and they will one days sleep through.

Kelly - posted on 01/09/2010

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I am also in this boat my son is up 2-4 times a night im exhausted and pray for sleep to come soon for all of us

Jenea - posted on 01/09/2010

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I can sympathize, Amber wakes every nite like clockwork, by 11pm and bewtween 2 and 3 am. She gets a bath and down by 8:30- I try. then the routine begins and now it,s even more mixed up because she is teething, close to ten months. so she's been up lately with fevers and hungry. I would try making sure your little one is eating enough during the day and maybe offering a bottle or water in the night. seems to help when Amber is fussy and refusing to go back to sleep. good luck!

Wendy - posted on 01/09/2010

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I am with you my son doesn't sleep through the night either. I don't know what to do, my daughter sleep through the night starting at 3 months. So don't feel alone.

Hollie - posted on 01/09/2010

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i had the same problem but then i started using bedtime thick milk and also iv started bathing him in johnsons bedtime bath and massage him with the johnsons bedtime lotion and so far it has worked so give that a try x

Gina - posted on 01/09/2010

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mine either...i recently got a sound machine. I put it on the "rain" sound all night and it really helps but he still gets up once for a 6 oz bottle. He usually goes back to bed....good luck

Felicity - posted on 01/09/2010

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I haven't had a problem with this. All I did was a good feed at 4:30pm and then bath and bottle just before Grace goes to bed and she sleeps for the night. But she spent six months in our room and then in her bed where she woke a couple of times, so gave her cuddles and then put her back some times you have to be tough allow them to cry for short periods and then go back comfort and reassure them put them back. It does take a while but it works uses it on both of my children.

Rachel - posted on 01/09/2010

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what i do is play with the boy all the time toi tire him out, eats his dinner then dad has special bonding time then i breast feed him till his falls asleep then he sleeps all night long till the morning. maybe that might help

Chelsea - posted on 01/08/2010

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I had the same problem. My Remington just started sleeping through the night, not every night but its still nice to get that extra couple of hours, you may have already tried this but keeping your child up later at night might drain them even more, or even skipping a nap before bedtime helps too, its just hard ot get them to stay busy enough to keep them awake just a little longer. Hope my advice helps!

Elizabeth - posted on 01/08/2010

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Yup ... us too. Last night she blissfully slept from 12:30 to 8:30 ... so I'm hopeful. I'm thinking maybe the amoxicillin for the double ear infection made her sleepy? Unfortunately, I'm very torn. I'm still rocking her to sleep with a bottle. Awful, isn't it? I know I shouldn't be. I just can't find a way to stop. Also, she's probably going to be my only kid, and long awaited she was! So I feel like I should snuggle her up as long as I can.

Claudia - posted on 01/08/2010

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my daughter's almost ten months old but she doesnt sleep through the night either but if i try and keep her up for most of the day she sleeps better at night. If she doesnt nap after 6pm she'll sleep better through the night so maybe you can try keeping him up longer throughout the day and active that way at night he'll be worn out and ready to knock out.

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