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Old 05-22-2017, 07:09 PM   #1
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POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

Hi There,

Did your kid or kids go through a sleep regression around 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

If they did - Can plz you comment what it was like and how long it lasted?

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Old 05-22-2017, 07:39 PM   #2
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Re: POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

My older son did this around 5-6 months he was sleeping through the night and after a month or so he began to wake up again it's very normal, as far as what I did. We just continued to put him in his room for bed like normal and he eventually went back to sleeping through night but it did take a little bit and once he started again he would have a random night or so that he would wake up. But he is almost 2 now and sleeps through the night and has been for quite some time now. As for my almost 8 month old he doesn't sleep through the night yet! Lol.


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Old 05-29-2017, 08:35 PM   #3
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Re: POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

My first, technically she was 3 months old although she was just a week shy of 4 months, suddenly stopped sleeping through the night.

That sleep regression, sorry to say, is "permanent." Around that age, the physiology of how babies sleep changes from newborn sleep to adult sleep. So they don't outgrow it, they have to learn how to sleep differently. With my first, we didn't get her sleeping well until about 14 months.

With my second, we didn't really have a 3 or 4 month regression. I just kept nursing her to sleep and it was "fine" (really I was just conveniently ignoring the problem) until she hit 6 months. Then she suddenly stopped falling asleep, no matter what I did. So I had to find a way to help her learn to fall asleep on her own.
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Old 05-30-2017, 06:08 AM   #4
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Re: POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

We went through it. It was super frustrating. One thing that helps is to really work on putting him down awake but calm/relaxed. Hat way he can learn to fall asleep on his own in bed. Now we are at 10 mos and he sleeps like a log! We still have a hard time getting him to sleep,but once down he stays. He's been doing it this way for a couple months now
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Old 06-22-2017, 09:18 PM   #5
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Re: POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

My first did not have sleep regression. My second did at 3 months. However, because I do not do well when I don't get a full night's sleep, I tried out an amber teething necklace on her. She's been sleeping through the night ever since.
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Old 08-14-2017, 12:17 PM   #6
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Re: POLL: Sleep regression at 3 or 4 months? Or not at all?

3 months actually got better for us. 6 months was a big regression in our house.
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