For the last several weeks, our 7 month old has been waking up every 2 hours during the night. Sometimes his diaper is wet, sometimes not. He will drink 2-4 ounces of formula and usually go back to sleep in an hour or so. When he was 5 and 6 months old, he would sleep through the night (8-10 hours) and rarely wake during the night. Does anyone have any suggestions, tips, etc. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Also, would now be a good time to start sleep training him, and what sleep training method might work best?View Thread
I can empathize. Our son is 7 months old. Over the last several weeks, he has started waking up, crying, once or twice during the night. Sometimes his diaper is wet, sometimes not. We feed him 4-6 ounces of formula and he will usually go back to sleep within an hour. I think he may have spoiled us, because during his 5th and 6th months he would sleep 9-11 hours straight.View Thread
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