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Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Want your baby to sleep through the night? Curbing nighttime feeding could help make it happen.
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Review 1 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:November 18, 2012
I HAVE HEARD AND READ THESE TIPS EVERYWHERE AND I THINK TODAY IS FINALLY THE DAY I TRY TO STOP HIS MIDNIGHT SNACKS. I WANT TO SLEEP FOR ALMOST 8 MONTHS NOW AND CANT, BUT I'M WEAK AS I GIVE IN TOO EASY TO THAT TINY CRY...ITS A TRAP AND I ALWAYS KNEW IT!
WISH ME LUCK (;
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Review 2 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:August 31, 2012
My daughter is just about 9 months, and until just recently she was waking up at least once during the night. Sometimes she could make it until 4 am, other times she was up at 1 and then again at 6. My 2 boys started sleeping their nights at 1 month old, so to still be waking up after 8 months was getting tiresome. So I tried what I did with my boys and fed her a bottle of warm water instead of her food. She hasn't woken up during the night for a feeding since, if she does wake up its because she lost her soother and wants it. She goes right back to sleep when we give it to her. Its nice to finally be getting a fuller night's sleep.
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Review 3 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:February 16, 2012
very useful advice. we're at that stage and it's good to find another opinion
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Review 4 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:September 21, 2011
this is how we managed to get our daughter to sleep through the night. I'm breastfeeding, and gradually cut down from both sides, to one, and then started cutting down the time I allowed her to eat. We transitioned by going to her when she cried and rocking her until she fell asleep again. Then we prepared ourselves and transitioned to leaving her in her crib and standing beside her while she fell back to sleep. Now we have one last 5:30 feeding to tackle.
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Review 5 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:July 13, 2011
My daughter is almost 10 monthsd old and does not sleep threw the night. Her appeitite has decreaswed on night feeding but still wakes up at night? Any advice on this?
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Review 6 for Saying No To Midnight Snacking

Date:May 21, 2011
Great tip if you are formula feeding and able to mesure the milk intake....if you are breastfeading like I am, it is a little harder to know how much he is getting and how much you are decreasing per feeding, as we all know that no matter how long he feeds for he is getting defferent amounts everytime..
So much for that advise working for us...
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