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Did anyone notice a difference to their LO''s sleep once they completely weaned, in particular, did naps and length of night time sleep improve?
I still BF around 5 times a day, and currently, the only way I can get my little guy to nap is if I feed him right before I put him in his crib, and that''s only for the morning nap (and he''ll only sleep "Anadrol 50" 1.5 hrs max). In the afternoon, he will fall asleep while I''m feeding him, but as soon as I go to lie him down, he screams. Leaving him to cry a bit doesn''t work for naps. He sleeps 10 to 10.5 hours straight at night, but no longer, no matter what time I put him down, and will almost always wake around 6am. Currently he is only getting around 12 hrs (max) total sleep p/24 hrs, and I don''t think that''s enough for him, as he''s often cranky late afternoon.
I''m wondering if there''s still a strong breast feeding dependency issue going on, and that''s why he won''t sleep longer than 10 hrs a night, and won''t nap without it. He does go to sleep wide awake though, even though I feed him right before bed. I vaguely recall my 3 year old starting to sleep better when I weaned, but its a bit of a blur now.
What have your experiences been??
My DS still nurses a lot during the day and he only sleeps 10 hrs at night, no matter what. He takes 2 naps Buy Cheap Jintropin Online during the day, usually 1 hr each but sometimes Anavar E Espinhas longer. I''ve Gensci Jintropin come to accept that he''s not one of those babies that likes to nap. He always plays and then cries for at least 15 30 minutes before falling asleep. He does fall asleep while BF sometimes and if he wakes up when I put him down I let him cry and he''s back to sleep within 10 minutes. If he cries linger than that he''s usually not tired enough so I get him out and wait an hour before putting him back in his crib.
At this age, they have 3 proper meal a day and they shouldn''t be needing milk to make them full or sleep longer. What I mean is, they cry not because they are hungry and needing milk. It''s a dependence on milk or your breast to fall asleep, which is not good. He is associating that feeding time is sleeping time, and you need to change that. They only need about 500ml of milk each day which includes the cheese and milk with cereal they have. So you can slowly wean him off. My son is having lesser nap during the day though. Used to be 3 naps a day of about an hour to 2 each, and he sleeps 12 hours at night, but now at the daycare, he''s just too busy playing and don''t want to sleep even when he''s very tired, so becomes very cranky. However, during the weekends, he will nap 3 times a day and as long as 2 hours a nap, and he''s a much happier baby. I''ve started to give him cow''s milk since he was 12 months old, and I give him 3 bottles a day. Breakfast, 3pm, and before bed (but I never allow him to fall asleep on the bottle). Brush teeth then go to bed, and I am going to drop his bedtime bottle soon too.
I have to disagree with bevling. It''s really up to you your baby what''s right. My sister nursed her 5 kids down for every nap bedtime until they weaned went (easily) to their own beds around 18 24 mos. None of them have any sleep issues, nightmares, etc. I am a sAHM so feel I have the luxury to nurse my LO to sleep for naps, and to sleep when he wants to, I feel this is such a "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" bonding time for us, especially now that he''s so busy! In most places in the world babies Deca Durabolin W Tabletkach Cena always associate nursing/comfort with sleep, until they wean. No they probably don''t need it nutrition wise if they are eating well during heir meals. But there is nothing wrong with it, unless it is exhausting or inconvenient for you.
Is your LO sleeping straight through the night, or does he wake up to nurse in he night? Does he eat a good solid dinner? Do you give him other milks? I really don''t think it would make a huge difference for naps. Only may e through the night. I do think once lo''s know they''re not going to get a nice cozy snuggle boob. They are less likely to wake. It could be he''s almost ready to drop the second nap?? I''m sure it will work it''s way out. And I wouldn''t wean for this reason alone. If you and or your LO are not ready yet.
Nursing has never seemed to affect DS naps. I have always either rocked or nursed him to sleep for naps. If he gets OT though, then he has crap naps. For bedtime he does put himself to sleep but was still waking for 1 night feeding. I just eliminated that feeding and so far he is sleeping better for nights. Before he would usually wake twice, and he was slowly moving his feeding earlier and earlier,I think he was never sure if it was time to eat or not. Since I got rid of the last night feeding he sleeps soundly all night.
Bevling, I agree that he probably associates breastfeeding with sleep time, and I had previously decided not to worry too much about that, as he''s been sleeping fine through the night (no wake ups to feed), and I figured that just like my older daughter, his sleep would just sort itself out when I weaned. But as lately the naps times are getting shorter, I''m thinking that maybe I do need to break up the boob sleep association.
OliveNYC, Deca Durabolin C''Est Quoi I''m a SAHM too, and agree, its been such a luxury and pleasure to have that nursing/cuddle time without time pressure (except when my 3 yr old gets antsy!) He does STTN, but only for around 10 hrs. He''s a fantastic eater (3 meals a day + snacks), but gets no other milk as he doesn''t like it (assume that will change when I wean). So I''m not a big believer in the evils of milk/sleep associations.