My DD is 10 months now and is still frequently waking up during the night. She has only ever SSTN once! Typically I put her to bed between 8-9pm and she wakes up at 7-8am. She is still waking up every few hours. She is not just stiring, she is fully awake standing holding onto her crib rail and crying out for me. I'll let her fuss for a few minutes and then get up and nurse her. Afterwards, she settles back down to sleep. I'm up on average 3-4 times a night. I feel that she is getting up way too often now. I would be ok with getting up once a night to still nurse her, but I think every few hours is way too much now at her age. She's eating 3 meals, 2 snacks, plus nursing/formula throughout the day. I don't think she is truly hungry overnight, I think it's just more of the comfort that she wants. I was hoping to start weaning her overnights feeds this week, but she has a cold. I will start next week, but I have a feeling this will be a rough process. Anybody have any suggestions or dealing with the same thing? I need to get this done because I go back to work soon and I will be working long days/nights, so I can't have her expecting me to comfort her with nursing during the night anymore.