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Just had to brag. Turd.<3 Due November 22 (girl); 2 kids; United States 2318 posts
Jan 11th

My two month old is sleeping through the night. With the exception of a night here and there, she goes to bed between 9-11pm and wakes up between 6-8am. I seriously could not be happier, ugh. 

Im also awaiting the arrival of my new comotomo bottle. Hopefully this will help her take a bottle. The doctor said I might need to just stop BFing cold turkey til she takes one. I don't like the sound of that :/ 

~a girl and a boy~ 2 kids; ,, IA, United States 61065 posts
Jan 11th

Yay for sleeping though the night!   

Pinky Pie ♥ Due May 25 (boy); 3 kids; Kingston, ON, Canada 6526 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Turd.<3:
My two month old is sleeping through the night. With the exception of a night here and there, she goes to bed between 9-11pm and wakes up between 6-8am. I seriously could not be happier, ugh. 

Im also awaiting the arrival of my new comotomo bottle. Hopefully this will help her take a bottle. The doctor said I might need to just stop BFing cold turkey til she takes one. I don't like the sound of that :/ 


why quit cold turkey? 

Phenomemom 2 kids; Portland, Oregon 3054 posts
Jan 11th

Hooray for good sleeping babies! I got lucky with my second, he is an incredible sleeper too! In his whole life we've had maybe 3 nights that he didn't sleep all t he way through.

Kaybelle86 1 child; Ontario, ON, Canada 1469 posts
Jan 11th

That's awesome. LO is almost 5 months and usually sleeps from 10pm until 7am. It's seriously SO nice being able to sleep again 

Turd.<3 Due November 22 (girl); 2 kids; United States 2318 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Pinky Pie ♥:

why quit cold turkey? 


He said it may be the only way to get her to eat a bottle. He said I should get out of the house and leave her with someone with some milk in bottles, and eventually she'll get hungry enough to eat. Just til she learns to take a bottle. Idk what else to do. It's so stressful :(

Turd.<3 Due November 22 (girl); 2 kids; United States 2318 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Phenomemom:
Hooray for good sleeping babies! I got lucky with my second, he is an incredible sleeper too! In his whole life we've had maybe 3 nights that he didn't sleep all t he way through.


That's great. From when she was a newborn, she only woke up once a night. Then moved to zero. It's great. My first was a HORRIBLE sleeper. Waking up 4 or 5 times a night 

Pinky Pie ♥ Due May 25 (boy); 3 kids; Kingston, ON, Canada 6526 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Turd.<3:

He said it may be the only way to get her to eat a bottle. He said I should get out of the house and leave her with someone with some milk in bottles, and eventually she'll get hungry enough to eat. Just til she learns to take a bottle. Idk what else to do. It's so stressful :(


is there is specific reason for her needing to take a bottle? 

Turd.<3 Due November 22 (girl); 2 kids; United States 2318 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Pinky Pie ♥:

is there is specific reason for her needing to take a bottle? 


I need to go back to work and school. I've been needing to for a couple weeks but I can't. I'd also like to have at least a couple hours to myself without kids around. Haha I'm about to lose my mind 

Team❤Pink 3 kids; 4 angel babies; Maryland 4554 posts
Jan 11th

What am I doing wrong?!
My dd is 5 1/2 months old and still waking every 2 hours at night.

Phenomemom 2 kids; Portland, Oregon 3054 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Turd.<3:

That's great. From when she was a newborn, she only woke up once a night. Then moved to zero. It's great. My first was a HORRIBLE sleeper. Waking up 4 or 5 times a night 


My first was the worst sleeper too! My one year old still sleeps better than him most nights.

lamb_nodules 2 kids; United Kingdom 3631 posts
Jan 11th

How lucky! DD was a champion sleeper, too. 12 hours a night and two to three naps a day since that sort of age. 

And then we had DS, lol. He's just now starting to kinda sleep through the night, sometimes, when the planets align just right. He's 9 months. 

marmarissa Due November 28; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Ottawa, ON, Canada 7163 posts
Jan 11th

DD started out as a great sleeper until about 6 m/o.. not so much anymore -__-

A.V.N. 2 kids; 4141 posts
Jan 11th

Yay, Sleeping babies are the best babies lol! My DD2 has been a great sleeper too, slept in 10 hour stretches starting at around two months.  It makes a world of difference for sure.  We made it through the 4 month sleep regression pretty easily, but now teething has her up a time or two a night.  Still can't complain, with my first I was up multiple times a night until like 2 years lol.

Turd.<3 Due November 22 (girl); 2 kids; United States 2318 posts
Jan 11th

Quoting Team❤Pink:
What am I doing wrong?!
My dd is 5 1/2 months old and still waking every 2 hours at night.


Nothing! My first was like that. Ughhhh. Maybe this time I just feel more experienced, idk. I just try to keep her up a lot during the day. Make sure she eats on schedule and doesn't sleep too long, or else she'll starting wanting to eat at night. When laying her down, I keep a white noise machine on and she's swaddled. I always lay her down partially awake. I rock her bassinet which helps a lot. Idk what I'm going to do when she moves to her crib and I can't rock it...lol. Those are the things I do that I feel help a lot.