does your babay sleep all night yet groan & moan every hour?

Anastasia - posted on 03/12/2011 ( 9 moms have responded )

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My son is 19 months old. He's slept all night since he was 4 months old. hes a fantastic well behaved boy. Ive noticed this for soo long now, and i thought it would go away. He cries a little like something disturbes him close to every hour of the night. I slept in the room with him after this and its nothing that i can visually see. does your baby do this? or have you asked a doctor why? =/

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Joy - posted on 03/14/2011

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My one year old moans, cries and makes sounds like a wolf howling at the full moon in her sleep :) It's rare that she actually wakes up, but every single night she makes a lot of noise while she's sleeping. I've actually turned down the volume on the baby monitor so the sounds don't always wake me up.

Tracey - posted on 03/17/2011

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My son would do that almost nightly. He would full out cry and scream!!! I thought it was night terrors or growing pains. He is now 22 months and it has almost subsided. The Dr said not to wake him because it will freak him out. I guess it is OK and normal for some babies. BTW he would be so happy all day and sleep all night for at least 12 hours straight plus nap during the day for about 3 hours--so it didn't effect him from what I could tell.

Joy - posted on 03/17/2011

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My oldest child who will be 9 in a few months, used to and still does make sounds in his sleep. He will cry uncontrollably, laugh hysterically, and talk full conversations to you but he can't recall any of it. He has also slept walked a few times, we keep out door locked for this reason cause the last time he got up saying he had to pee, and then bolted for the front door.

It just sounds like a phase your child is going through. Although if it becomes worse like night terrors, DO NOT wake the child. It can be more traumatic than the night terror itself. Instead when Avery did this, I would talk to him soothingly and quietly, pat or rub his back. After a few minutes he would calm back down, and go back into a deep sleep. For awhile I was doing that 1 to 2 times a night, for about 6 to 8 months.

Dawn - posted on 03/12/2011

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My son, who turned 2 on Feb 24th, has his nights when he tosses and turns and moan and even lightly cries or talks in his sleep, but it is not every night. I would say everything is fine, especially if he doesn't seem affected by it. But, if you are worried, I would mention it to your doctor...it wouldn't hurt to ask. :)

Anastasia - posted on 03/16/2011

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Thanks everyone soooo much! Im soo glad to know there are other babies who do the same ! =)

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My daughter will make noise during the night and nap, but nothing that I thought was unusual. My daughter wakes up around 11pm at night cries for a few seconds and then falls right back asleep... you could almost set your clock by it.

If it concerns you call his doctor. It might make you feel better.

Krissy - posted on 03/17/2011

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have you ever heard him hold his breath then let it out /breath it in? if you have get him checked out for his adenoyds and toncils as both my two suffer the same way but doctors tend to forget to ask those questions unless the parent notices it. my now5 yr old boy got his done and we have just found out his 20month old sister has it worse than him so she also needs the op. its not going to kill him as the docs always told me the ywill start back up automatically . i hope this helps

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Yea my 2 year old and my 6 month old does this. Almost like they might be having a bad dream and cry a little from it. But they almost always stop after a minute. There has been times my 2 year old is screaming while asleep and I have to wake him up to get him out of it. But once he does he is usually fine

Anastasia - posted on 03/12/2011

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Thanks! I just worry whats going on in that little head of his, as we all know dreams durring sleep are our true self concious. Thanks again! =D

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