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4 years ago

Sleepy teething baby?

My 7 month old, almost 8 months, is getting her bottom teeth in..all four I believe! She has been sleeping way more than normal, like a 3 hour nap and 12 hours at night. Is this normal? Anybody else’s baby really sleepy when teething? I know a lot of babies sleep less when teething so I’ve very grateful she is sleeping. Just want know if anyone else is/was in the same boat!
Sleepy teething baby?

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3 years ago

My 6 month old is waking up every 3 hours. Iam extremely burned out. Why is he doing this ? I want to say that teething but Iam not sure.. please advice

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3 years ago

He Just woke up n I had to give him milk. Let’s see when will he wake up again but this is not his norm and I don’t see any teeth coming. Of course during the day he is drooling and rubbing on his ear. Before bed at 9 he gets a bottle with milk n cereal in it. What Can i do

3 years ago

Could be teething or a sleep regression maybe? Most things pass in a week or two, at least they did with my babies so far. Is he having a good feeding before bed?

4 years ago

My 6 month old currently seems to be nursing less and sleeping more (at least for the past 2 days or so) and I’ve been curious why. After some research I’m guessing either teething or a growth spurt. Just kind of stresses me out a little because I don’t want it to effect my milk supply. I know all will be well! I have just been pumping while he naps to make myself feel better 😬

4 years ago

My son slept quite a bit more during teething which is super normal, plus it's possible your little could be hitting the growth spurt early! Enjoy it while you can momma!

4 years ago

My little one I started sleeping about 8 9 hours at night maybe 10 on a good night island of two to three hour nap during the day

4 years ago

Yes, I’ve got 10 month old twins and they sleep a ton when they’re growing or teething. Usually they sleep 12 hrs at night and then about an hour nap in the day but during a growth spurt or in the days leading up to a tooth breaking through they’ll sleep 12 hrs at night and 2-3 hrs in the day.

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