For those of you who have fussy evening cluster feeders...

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For those of you who have fussy evening cluster feeders...

I found this article on Kellymom.com. Sophia sleeps throught the night now, but she will not go to sleep until about 11:30-midnight. Before that she is fussy for several hours and constantly wants to nurse. I saw this article last night and now it totally makes sense! Just thought I'd share. Smile

http://kellymom.com/babyconcerns/fussy-evening.html

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I read that last time with Annabelle, it definetly helps to remember that as hard as it can be in the evenings, it is perfectly normal and it does go away. Thank you:)

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Alli is definitely alittle fussy in the evenings. And she does have more in her last bottle of the evening. She went down abit earlier last night, 9 rather than 10ish and only slept 6 hours opposed to 8 so tonight I am going to try to make her last bottle of the night be closer to the 10 to see if that was the case.

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Interesting!! Too funny because Kendra has been fussy the last few evenings around the same time, eating less than every hour from 6-11!!! My dh said to me last night... "maybe its something you eat, you have to eat better, watch what you eat...blah blah" but this makes more sense because they she'll sleep for 3-4 hrs straight, eat and sleep another 3-4 hrs

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"Young Country Mum" wrote:

Interesting!! Too funny because Kendra has been fussy the last few evenings around the same time, eating less than every hour from 6-11!!! My dh said to me last night... "maybe its something you eat, you have to eat better, watch what you eat...blah blah" but this makes more sense because they she'll sleep for 3-4 hrs straight, eat and sleep another 3-4 hrs

DH was saying the same thing to me. He even suggested that I start giving her formula because he didn't think my milk was filling her up. LOL!