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If a baby was to have no sleep all day

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DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 20:17:23

what is likely to happen at bed-time? he's 8 months old.

DecapitatedLegoman Wed 17-Aug-11 20:17:52

IME hysterical screaming for A Long Time.

DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 20:21:53

my DS had a couple of naps in the car today but no good sleep. He's still up. Not crying but refusing to sleep. Can't even feed him to sleep.

thisisyesterday Wed 17-Aug-11 20:24:07

either hysterical over-tiredness or out like a light IME!

DecapitatedLegoman Wed 17-Aug-11 20:25:47

<sucks teeth>

Overtired. Would he be interested in a large bowl of porridge? Then a stroll in a sling?

IME when they get overtired they sort of go through the other side and you have to wait for the tiredness to kick in again. Keep everything low key and at the first eye rub do whatever it takes to get him to sleep.

DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 20:26:00

I have neither. Just a refusal to sleep. I need to eat but can't until he sleeps sad

DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 20:29:47

I am worried because he doesn't sleep when he's at my mum's house. Will this be the same when I put him into nursery or when my mum looks after him when I go back to work because I can't deal with it!

If he is with me he gets 2 naps a day and seems to be fine in the evenings but no one else seems able to get him to sleep, not even my DH.

DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 20:30:53

totally not interested in food, I am doing BLW and he's barely eaten today but has breastfed a lot this evening.

DecapitatedLegoman Wed 17-Aug-11 21:01:56

How are things now?

DuelingFanjo Wed 17-Aug-11 21:22:16

he had a massive poo and is now asleep grin

I was a little stressed, did it show grin?

DecapitatedLegoman Wed 17-Aug-11 21:30:41

grin

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