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HELP!!! MY 11 MONTH OLD WON'T SLEEP THROUGH THE NIGHT!!!

Posted by on Dec. 17, 2008 at 2:30 AM
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Ok so my son Cyrus is 11 months old and is still not sleeping through the night. Every night he gets cereal at 9 pm, a bath, then plays for a half hour so he can get out any energy he might have left from the day and the I give him a bottle while I rock him to sleep then I put him in his crib with his music, night light, & fan. He will stay in there until 2 am which is when he wakes up and screams bloody murder. So either me or my fience get up and get him and rock him back to sleep but as soon as we lay him in his crib he awakes up and screams like he is dieing. So we end up doing that the rest of the night. I dont know what to do. He should be sleeping through the night by now. What should I do? Is this happening to anyone else?

by on Dec. 17, 2008 at 2:30 AM
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HaydensMommy007
by on Dec. 17, 2008 at 2:35 AM

Sleeping through the night is technically 4-6 hours straight. So if he goes to bed at 930 and wakes up at 2, then technically speaking he IS sleeping through the night.

This is normal

Many children do not sleep longer than 4 hours until well after 12 months of age.

Baby sleep habits are COMPLETELY different than an adults.

Check out The Baby Sleep Book by Dr Sears.

kalio
by on Dec. 17, 2008 at 2:41 AM

I agree. I know it's frustrating but hang in there!

Quoting HaydensMommy007:

Sleeping through the night is technically 4-6 hours straight. So if he goes to bed at 930 and wakes up at 2, then technically speaking he IS sleeping through the night.

This is normal

Many children do not sleep longer than 4 hours until well after 12 months of age.

Baby sleep habits are COMPLETELY different than an adults.

Check out The Baby Sleep Book by Dr Sears.


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