Restless between 4 and 6 am.

(7 Posts)
emeraldgirl1 Mon 02-Sep-13 10:20:59

Is it a summer thing... dawn rising etc... will it improve as winter sets in...? Have suffered same thing and wondered if this was it... of course, quite often in DD's case it's tummy-ache/wind/new nappy needed...

teacher123 Thu 29-Aug-13 18:19:56

DS has gone through phases of this, I have found that giving him a yoghurt at bedtime with his milk can help a bit...

WannabeMaryPoppins Thu 29-Aug-13 16:37:49

Looks like 4-5am is some Kind of witching hour that i could happily do without

Shellwedance Thu 29-Aug-13 14:15:12

Thanks for replying. I tried milk this morning but no luck. Hope someone has some answers!smile

Middlesexmummy Thu 29-Aug-13 11:08:57

Hi , afraid no answers here but watching with interest . My dd is 17 months and wakes between 4-5 , can't settle without milk but then sleeps till 715-730. Last night she did nt stir at all but woke at 630 and by 8 was absolutely starving and miserable .....

WannabeMaryPoppins Thu 29-Aug-13 11:03:05

Hi Shell, we have exactly the same Problem. DS is 16 months , goes to sleep on his own but has started waking up between 4 and 5am every morning. Will only be settled with a bottle of milk and then sleeps till about 8am. Thought I would post and see if we get any answers!

Shellwedance Mon 26-Aug-13 11:41:07

Hi, my 10 month old has been a fairly erratic sleeper but after some gentle sleep training she seems to be finally sleeping through (mostly). However, she is really restless between 4 and 6, which often results in us co-sleeping and then she'll sleep till 7/7.30. Anyone had this and resolved it?

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