I agree with trying a nice warm bath. Is she teething?
So I have a 5 1/2 month old too and there was a week where he would scream for a hour or so an i had no idea what was wrong he was not hungry, or wet and didnt have gas nothing seemed to work whatever i did. So I put him in a warm bath an talked to him, He was teething at the time an still is, But the bath really seemed to work afterwards he was so clam and past right out. I hope you can find something to clam your LO she is to cute to be crying like that. I also feel ya your not the only one! Good luck lets us know what works.View Thread
So I have a 5 1/2 month old Son. Just wanted some feedback about how he is sleeping an whats normal for his age.
We got to the point where he was sleeping pretty much through the night, But he has been teething since he was 3 months. We put him down for the night anywhere between 8-9:30pm. He is on solids now which is really nice..not feeding him every minute. So the past few weeks now he has been waking up anywhere from 2am-4am for a night feeding an a change. He does eat an I change him and he goes right back to sleep, He waking ups in the morning between 6am-7am. I feel that he should be sleeping through the night but he still wants to wake up and eat. So is this normal for his age or am I doing something wrong. ThanksView Thread
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