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Thread: Should I go wake up DD?

  1. #1
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    Default Should I go wake up DD?

    She is 11+ months old. Lately, she has been waking once at night. Last night (this morning) was around 4:30am. I went and got her out of her room and put her in bed with me. I nursed one side and we both feel asleep. A couple hours later, I put her back in her crib. She usually sleeps great after this.

    She usually wakes up on her own between 7:15-8:30am. At 8:30 this morning, I went into her room and she was still sleeping. It's now 9:15am. My boobs are starting to feel it, as I don't usually go this long.

    Should I just let her sleep?
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  2. #2
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    Default Re: Should I go wake up DD?

    You should know, too, that since I'm off from work on Christmas vacation, our morning schedule is pretty lazy. Normally, when I work, I wake her up at 6:45am so I can nurse and pump before I leave.

    She is not the best at taking regular naps. At least not with me.
    Hi! I'm Shelley!
    Feeling like a and lovin' it!
    Cloth Diapering Convert

    Married DH 8/5/2000
    DS 2/25/03 Always making me laugh!
    DD 1/23/07 Loves to Breastfed 15 months with no end in sight!

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Should I go wake up DD?

    Never mind! She woke up at 9:30am.
    Hi! I'm Shelley!
    Feeling like a and lovin' it!
    Cloth Diapering Convert

    Married DH 8/5/2000
    DS 2/25/03 Always making me laugh!
    DD 1/23/07 Loves to Breastfed 15 months with no end in sight!

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Should I go wake up DD?

    Health permitting, I never wake a sleeping baby.
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