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Freya D Due December 27; 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1196 posts
17th Apr '13

Tristen still eats 4-5 times a night and hes 18 months old if shes hungry she hungry. if you just want her to stop its just because it a bottle you could always give her the formula still just put it in a sippy?

jen black 2 kids; California 2637 posts
17th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Freya D:</b>" Tristen still eats 4-5 times a night and hes 18 months old if shes hungry she hungry. if you just want ... [snip!] ... if you just want her to stop its just because it a bottle you could always give her the formula still just put it in a sippy? "</blockquote>




It's not really the bottle that bothers me just yet but they 5 times a night I get up. "Apparently" she still wakes up to eat her bottles because of habit. Could totally be true. Could totally not be true. But I just fed Sophia. She fell asleep in her high chair. So I brought her in the room for her nap and screamed for almost 30 minutes. I went in I think 4 times to calm her down. She has a sippy with water and a binky. Not sure what else she wants. Fresh diaper. Food. Binky. Water. f**k I mean she was already asleep!!!

Freya D Due December 27; 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1196 posts
17th Apr '13
Quoting jen black:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Freya D:</b>" Tristen still eats 4-5 times a night and hes 18 ... [snip!] ... with water and a binky. Not sure what else she wants. Fresh diaper. Food. Binky. Water. f**k I mean she was already asleep!!!"


idk Tristen is breastfed so the only time hes ever gone to sleep with out me nursing him till all the way asleep is if he crashes in the car and the 3 times hes passed out playing on the floor.

Freya D Due December 27; 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1196 posts
17th Apr '13
Quoting Just Ames:" OMG :shock: :?"



He is breastfed and we co-sleep. He still nurses 8-12 times during the day too...

Kait. [plus 2] 2 kids; Oregon 588 posts
18th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Freya D:</b>" He is breastfed and we co-sleep. He still nurses 8-12 times during the day too..."</blockquote>




unfortunately.. this is where we are witb Carter. He's 11months old and all day and night wants to nurse like every hour. He has optic nerve hypoplasia (he's blind) so he has his nights and days mixed up. I know what I have to do (just have the same bedtime routine at night, put him to bed IN ANOTHER ROOM and let him CIO.) I juuuust cant. And hubby is worse than me.



I keep telling him our son is an addict and DH is an enabler. Ha

Freya D Due December 27; 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1196 posts
18th Apr '13
Quoting Kait. [plus 2]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Freya D:</b>" He is breastfed and we co-sleep. He still nurses ... [snip!] ... let him CIO.) I juuuust cant. And hubby is worse than me. I keep telling him our son is an addict and DH is an enabler. Ha"


We've never done CIO