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    Last night DD was awake from 5pm until 2am this morning. I had no idea an infant could stay awake that long
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    oh my goodness! you must be tired! maybe he'll sleep a lot today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama_to_peanut View Post
    Last night DD was awake from 5pm until 2am this morning. I had no idea an infant could stay awake that long
    We haven't been getting sleep either! She's been having "colic" episodes that are pretty severe and lasting for 6 hours or more almost every day for over a week now. Think she has reflux. I've already cut dairy and soy out of my diet for BFing since that accounts for at least half of all "colic" cases. She's usually awake from like 6-7pm to 3-5am. INSANE.

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    Gideon has started sleeping 4+ hours at night. He even slept 7 the other night but I have insomnia now



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