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Hi there, what time is his last feed of an evening? Have you thought about doing a rollover feed (dreamfeed)? We did a rollover feed with our son from 3 months and it worked for us, he hasn't had a bottle overnight since. Let me know if you'd like some more info

Hi, We had the same problem with our son, he hated the car seat and also the pram (these things i thought they were supposed to love), I asked the health nurse about it, and she suggested a chiropractor check up which showed his back and neck were out from the birth, therefore he was probably uncomfortable in the car and pram. He had about 6 adjustment and now loves the car and pram which is lovely. Give it a go, it is well worth the check! Goodluck

I do understand that just because he has "slept through" previously that he will never wake during the night again, and I know that night waking is not "abnormal", but I do think that needing to be resettled 1/2 hourly to hourly overnight is quite challenging and abnormal for my child. Thankyou for the book suggestion, I will look into it

Hi, I too had a tear and a graze to which they stitched both. The midwife told me that the grazes can take much longer to heal and can cause much more grief than actual tears - therefore better to just stitch them too! I healed quite quickly. You may need to consult with your GP

It is good to know that i'm not the only one, i think it feels worse because i know he can sleep through as he'd previously done it - and just don't get what changed. I'm thinking the dummy needs go, but am scared to do it! I might have to look into the book you've ordered, i am open to anything that may help. Goodluck with your boy, i hope you have some success soon and get some well earned rest - then let me know how to do it

Yes your story is too familiar - i have much sympathy for you, thanks so much for you response i will keep my eye out for your question on the help panel. Casey

I had the exact same problem with my DS, as he was starting to roll and wanted him to sleep umwrapped. I only wrapped one arm for one week, then moved him into a sleeping bag. It was a struggle at first, but was worth the effort! this method was suggested to me by sleep school

Hi, My DS is 6 months old and has been sleeping through the night since he was 14 weeks old without stiring. In the last 6 weeks or so he has been waking frequently overnight, some times hourly and is resettled by putting his dummy back in. although it is quick to resettle him, getting up every hour is getting exhausting. I have tried letting him have a little cry, but this makes no difference and he only gets more cranky. I thought he was teething and it appeared that his teeth were finally coming through as there was a little white lump on his bottom gum,red cheeks and chewing on everything in sight but after 5 days it disappeared? Now i'm unsure what the issue is and how to fix it! Any ideas would be appreciated

Hi, My DS is 6 months old and has been sleeping through the night since he was 14 weeks old without stiring. In the last 6 weeks or so he has been waking frequently overnight, some times hourly and is resettled by putting his dummy back in. although it is quick to resettle him, getting up every hour is getting exhausting. I have tried letting him have a little cry, but this makes no difference and he only gets more cranky. I thought he was teething and it appeared that his teeth were finally coming through as there was a little white lump on his bottom gum,red cheeks and chewing on everything in sight but after 5 days it disappeared? Now i'm unsure what the issue is and how to fix it! Any ideas would be appreciated