sleeping at night without feed
Created by Updated on May 07, 2017
my baby is 3 month old.. nowadays he sleeps at around 8-9 p. m. n then he doesn't get up, n he gets up at around 3-4 a. m. in morning or if he sleeps at 11 p. m. then he gets up at around 5 a. m.. even if he wakes in between but he doesn't cry for milk, but moves alot because of hunger. but most of the time due to sleep, I couldn't feel his moves n then he takes feed almost after 6-7 hours gap.. so, is it ok or should I do something for this..
| May 08, 2017
Hi Sonam..... your baby is getting the normal sleeping pattern as we do and it's normal... since he is just breastfeeding of you and sure he might be gotten in hungry leads to disturbed sleep, lot moves in middle... so you lift ur baby and breastfeed and put him back to sleep.... again it's normal if he sleeps @ a stretch of 5- 6 hrs
| May 08, 2017
Hello dear it's normal my baby is also 3 months old vo bi aise hi krte kbhe Kbhe 8. 30 tk sote h or night me 2 baje uthe h or thoda thoda rote h mai usko milk dete hu or vo pher so jate h or uske baad vo 5 ya 6 ke beech me uthe h again mai usko milk dete hu so it's normal don't worry about it maine doctors se bi consult kiya tha unhone bi kaha it's normal
| May 09, 2017
If your baby is sleeping through the night (five or six hours at a stretch), you're one of the lucky few. Most 2-month-old babies still wake up throughout the night, though many can now sleep and stay awake for longer intervals. Your baby will probably have two to four long sleep periods and 14 to 16 hours of total sleep time in 24 hours.