waking at night

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22 month old son still waking up 2 to 3 times in middle of the night .. help !

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Lindz - posted on 12/28/2010

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my daughter hasn't had bottle since she was 10 months! you should really think about graduating to a sippy cup or transistion sippy cup that has a bottle type top

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we are tryin to get out of giving him the bottle, he will be 2 yrs old in 2 months lol, and he is a big boy, he is 37" tall and 34 pounds... when he wakes up tho, he is wide awake and crys, sometimes im lucky, i can rock him back to sleep, other times he will just sit there..

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My son will still wake up on occasion.It is usually because he is hungy. I swear he is a bottomless pit. So I will give him a little warm milk and then off to bed.

Lindz - posted on 12/22/2010

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my daughter does also.. but i think she has night terrors or nightmares.. she screams and flips around but isnt really awake. usually her eyes are closed werid huh?? & its usually at like 2 or 3 or 4

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he hasnt slept through the night since he was born.. got lucky with my daughter she slept through the night after 2 weeks old.. but he wakes up crying

Kara - posted on 12/22/2010

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My 20 month old son "was" sleeping through the night and recently has been waking up. He's been under the weather, so I'm thinking that must be it, but I don't want to start the "habit" again too. Is he feeling ok? wet/poopy diaper? hungry? longing for mommy's attention? If he's just waking up (no crying, wailing, etc), then maybe give him 5-10 minutes and see what happens. Does he have a favourite stuffed animal he can cuddle/talk to? What about some soothing music or white noise? Best wishes!!!

Katy - posted on 12/21/2010

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All kids are different. My mom can't believe that my son started sleeping thru the night at such an early age because my sisters and I didn't start sleeping thru the night until we were at least 2 years old. I'm sure its very frustrating, but just keep telling yourself it won't last forever!!

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