Could it be that my ds is reverse cycling. I have been wracking my brain as to why were getting up throughout the night so much over the past week and a half.... He did have some new teeth come but those symptoms have seemed to subside but after much thought and examining our routine I am thinking it could be reverse cycling but don't know enough about reversing to say yeah or nay... I have found that I have either eliminated or reduced nursing directly after work. We used to have a full session right when we got home and now I am finding that we either don't or it's not a full session... But now he's getting up a lot (goes down at 8:30-9:00 up at 12:45, 2:45, 4:30 and 6:30) HE was sleeping through the night 9:00 - 7:00am when I would wake him up. Before that he was only getting up once. I can wholly function with getting up once but this every couple hours is not healthy for either of us. He's getting up nursing once side- fully and sometimes both and then falling back to sleep. So my question is, how do I stop this cycle? Will adding back that session be enough? He did put himself back to sleep last night but I felt guilty about it- he was crying and I really couldn't get up, by the time I got up he was down to a whimper and when I went in his room he was almost back to sleep, I stood nad listened and he went back down. This was over a 2-5 minute period. He never was balling but I still feel guilty. We co-sleep on occasion but it's not a full time option for us. TIA, sorry so long!