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PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 11:44 am 
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mybabyBrie wrote:
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My little one started sleeping through the night at about 2 1/2 months and has been ever since. She used to hate crib but now she is fine with it. I think what helps is the little helper she sleeps on, it keeps her in one place, now she may scoot down but still stays in the same place. Before her every movement would wake her. She too wakes up around 11 am but this morning it was 7:30 for her 7 oz bottle and oatmeal.

Wait ... she wakes up at eleven o'clock IN THE MORNING?!? That's lunchtime! What time does she go to bed?


What does it matter! Shes up alot during the day. Every baby is different. It surprised me to , doc said it was fine how much she was sleeping, it wasn't for any speific reason and she was eating what she was supposed to but I think now its changing due to this mornings time. Whatever gives my baby the rest she needs.


Melissa :D :D
http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/b/brie04/

You misunderstand. I'm JEALOUS! Seriously, though, what time does she go to bed?


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A lot of quoting going on there. LOL!!


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What does it matter! Shes up alot during the day. Every baby is different. It surprised me to , doc said it was fine how much she was sleeping, it wasn't for any speific reason and she was eating what she was supposed to but I think now its changing due to this mornings time. Whatever gives my baby the rest she needs.


You misunderstand. I'm JEALOUS! Seriously, though, what time does she go to bed?[/quote]

Oh, I see.Bewtween 9-10 at night for a bedtime.

Melissa :D
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mybabyBrie wrote:
Oh, I see.Bewtween 9-10 at night for a bedtime.

Melissa :D
http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/b/brie04/

Wow. She goes from 9pm until 11am??? Holy cow. I've never heard of a baby sleeping that long in one stretch.


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Its 13 hours, another mom mentioned from 8 pm to 8 am, thats 12 hours. Some sleep longer than others I see and mine is one of the longer sleepers. He he....

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my little boy stopped wanting fed around 10 weeks he is now 3 and a half months and he sleeps from 8pm untill 8am which is great.


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mybabyBrie wrote:
Its 13 hours, another mom mentioned from 8 pm to 8 am, thats 12 hours. Some sleep longer than others I see and mine is one of the longer sleepers. He he....

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my little boy stopped wanting fed around 10 weeks he is now 3 and a half months and he sleeps from 8pm untill 8am which is great.

It's 14 hours if she goes from 9pm to 11am. I'm not saying there's a thing wrong with it .. I've just never heard of a baby going that long of a stretch.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 11:24 pm 
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I said average and it doesn't always happen at that legnth.

SO lets drop it already!

Thanks


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mybabyBrie wrote:
I said average and it doesn't always happen at that legnth.

SO lets drop it already!

Thanks

Yeesh. Not sure why you're getting sensitive about it. I just find it astounding.

PS - If it's average, then she sometimes goes longer than 14 hours?


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Average on what time she falls asleep - between 9-10 when she first starting sleeping through the night and now its getting later and she is getting up earlier, and no she don't sleep longer than 14 hours.


Yeesh, if you find it astonishing then you do but why do you keep asking ?'s about it(in you P.S. in last message) Seriously LOL let it gooo...

Melissa
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mybabyBrie wrote:
Average on what time she falls asleep - between 9-10 when she first starting sleeping through the night and now its getting later and she is getting up earlier, and no she don't sleep longer than 14 hours.


Yeesh, if you find it astonishing then you do but why do you keep asking ?'s about it(in you P.S. in last message) Seriously LOL let it gooo...

Melissa
http://www.babiesonline.com/babies/b/brie04/

Simply astounding. Never heard of a non-newborn sleeping like that.

Consider it dropped.


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Okay back to your corners. Don't come out until the bell rings for round two.
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That would be that said my baby goes down at 8pm untill 8am now he goes down at 7.30 untill 8am.

he is a very good sleeper some are some are not.


My nephew used to sleep for 14 hours when he was a small baby.

I wouldnt give a baby a bottle or nurse them after they are 10 weeks.

Food is a good way to bag them up.


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