It really isnt getting him to sleep that is the problem. It is keeping him asleep. He eats great before bed but I will have to get up 4 to 6 times a night to make him a small bottle for him to go back to sleep. It is driving me crazy. My husband get up at 4 am to go to work so I dont dear ask him for help. Any ideas on what to do?Answer Question
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Answer by missanc at 11:17 AM on May. 23, 2010
It's normal for babies to nurse at night. If you aren't breastfeeding that means making bottles. It's hardwired in human childrens' brains to breastfeed, nurse at night, and to sleep with their mothers. Humans have done it for all time and still do it in most of the world. It's how humans have survived. It's normal for children to not sleep through the night until they are 3 or older. My three sons all started sleeping through the night when they were around 3.
Children can be forced to sleep through the night when they are younger but we aren't sure of the long term consequences.
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