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Friday, September 27, 2013

Have a great weekend.

What are your plans for this weekend? We're having friends over for a picnic on Saturday and I'm hoping to check out this this cheese shop. In other news, Anton woke up four times last night! I'm so tired! I feel like crying! It seems like everyone else's babies are sleeping through the night. That can't be true, right? It makes me think of this book. Well, hope you have a wonderful weekend, and here are some fun posts from around the web...

The joys of being a restaurant regular.

Made me laugh.

Zucchini parmesan crisps.

Grinning from ear to ear watching Joseph Gordon-Levitt dance and Justin Timberlake joke around.

How to beat jet lag.

This nail polish is on my wishlist.

Egg font. (It took 1000 eggs!)

How to say no. (Fascinating.)

Four tutorials for short hair.

Cute emailable invitations.

What Amy Poehler wants in a best friend.

J.Crew has a baby shop!

And three past posts you may have missed:
* Real actors read Yelp reviews.
* A hilarious Halloween costume.
* 60 years of roses.

102 comments:

MollyFM said...

i have a 10 week old and a 22 month old and feel your pain! iced coffee and sweets are my go to.

Spencer Special Events said...

Good luck.... eventually I had to go Ferber because I couldn't take him up 4 times a night after an entire year. Was a tough week (will never forget the 4th of July was when we started it...) but now he goes to bed happy and sleeps 12 hours a night.

Lisa said...

I'm so tired too. Ruby is 15 months and started walking recently. She wants to wake up and practice. She was up twice. At Anton's age, 4 times seems totally normal. I know and remember how hard it is. It will pass, I promise. His tummy is small and he needs his mama a lot right now. Someday, you'll miss it. I know I do. Thinking of you!

Emily {Isnt That Charming} said...

I adore that video of Joseph Gordon Levitt! Shared a few of these on my link round up today, too. :) Have a great weekend!
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Somewhere In Between said...

The saying no was an awesome thing to read. It is something I truly struggle with in life.

Sara said...

So sorry Anton is waking in the night. One of my friends told me when my daughter was a baby to never compare her to other babies her age...every baby develops differently and has different needs...another thing that kept me sane was to keep in mind that it's just a phase and will change soon. They grow so fast!

Jesse said...

oh my gosh, you're right in the thick of that terrible sleep that practically breaks you! hang in there, anton is almost old enough to try a little cry it out. ps atticus didn't sleep through the night till six months, but it was partially because i couldn't just leave him alone. hang in there and take a nap, you've earned it!

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Tia Zoldan said...

My babies never slept through the night. Ever. I Tried everything. Hang in there, you are not alone.

Helen said...

I hope you're able to get more sleep soon! I love Joseph Gordon Levitt Dancing and the short hair tutorials are great, I need to do more with my hair instead of plaiting it out of the way
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AVY said...

I wish I had plans with Woody Allen.

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paige renee said...

You are definitely not the only one with a baby waking up a million times - don't worry! I can't even keep track of how many times my little guy was up last night. We need some kind of Facebook group to get on and chat with each other to keep ourselves awake during the 3 a.m. feedings (and remind us we aren't alone!). :)

Regine Karpel said...

Hoping you get some rest!
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J and H from Beyond The Stoop said...

we're going to the zoo! the BRONX zoo! I moved to the NYC area from Ohio about 4 years ago, and haven't been to it yet. with a new determination to start checking things off my NYC bucket list, we're zooing it this weekend :)

newmamasarah said...

Anton and my Margot are a few hours apart... I am feeling your pain. She generally wakes once at night but the daytime has been brutal with a toddler on top of it all! She is just NOT napping. Every time she does, her brother comes and (unintentionally) wakes her. I was really hoping for a few minutes of "down time" but doesn't look like it's happening today :) I cannot wait for the weekend to begin, when my husband will be home so I can rest for even a half hour! Take care of yourself and good luck!

melissa said...

oh, i am right there with you. my baby was a preemie and eats about every two hours, day and night. i keep thinking i can't do this for a whole year--i just can't. and i think of that book too, since you posted it last time i had a baby! and then i remember that i got through it before so i guess i will do it again. you can do it; it will end! xxoo

Melanie said...

I felt the same way when my baby (now 2) was little. He didn't sleep through the night until he was over a year old while it seemed like everyone I knew had babies who slept through the night so easily almost right away. I wish I had some encouraging words but all I can really say is that you're not alone and also, coffee!

The NyLon Nest said...

Oh you poor thing - sleep deprivation makes everything seem so bleak. I hope the little one is almost old enough for a touch of sleep training. It's the only thing that got me through. Thanks for the welcome distractions! Good luck tonight...

Anna x

Alicia Marie said...

My baby girl is 12 days old and I have not slept longer than 3 hrs since she was born. My mom left a few hours ago, leaving us alone with our 5yr and 3 yr old boys and newborn girl. I totally cried. A lot. This is the 3rd time I have done this baby thing and it is still tiring and overwhelming. Cheers for crying, hormonal mommies!

Meadow said...

At least you don't have a 9-5 office job :)

I am sure he will grow out of it and you'll still manage to look back on his babyhood fondly.

Amy Lauree said...

Don't worry, your baby isn't the only one! I remember that 'painfully tired' state of tired fog. Hang in there, it will pass! We have that book too, we laughed and then cried at the truth of it!
But watching Justin/Jimmy helps brighten any tired or sad mood :)

denese said...

aw, don't rush your sweet babe! It's tough with two, but neither of my breasfed babies slept through the night until they were at least 6 mos. It's a tough time, but they grow so fast!

in other news: why or why more Woody Allen??? artistic genius yes, but family genius? questionable.

Clare Frejd said...

You are not alone! My little one is two and he doesn't sleep through the night....we have sleep trained on a number of occasions but have reached a point of acceptance :) Not sure if I'm used to being tired or my bod had become a more efficient sleeper...but definitely moved beyond the weepy tired-ness!! Don't worry Anton will sleep or he won't but you will figure out together how to fit in enough zzzzs! Hang in there!

Sarah Spitz said...

How I love Woody Allen- just seeing his lovely face makes me feel happy and less neurotic.

Have a wonderful weekend as well!

Love from Germany,

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Christine said...

Oh I feel your pain, but your little one is still so young. Could it be a growth spurt, and hence need more feeding to sustain it? And at that stage they go through so many developmental spurts also, and that causes night waking. What helped me was knowing that it is biologically correct for them to wake at this stage, it is actually a safety mechanism to minimise risk to SIDS. You just need to go easy on yourself and cut yourself some slack during the day. Do whatever you have to to make your day easier until you are through it. Good luck, it is so worth it!

Danielle Villano said...

Thank you for that lip-sync video... absolutely made my day better! I'm hoping to see Joseph Gordon-Levitt's new movie this weekend :)

Best,
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http://awriterinlove.blogspot.com

bsmithhill said...

Misery loves company, right...I have a 2.5 year old and a 6 month old. The 6 month old still gets up to eat at least once a night, (and she usually tries to get up 3-4 times), and the 2.5 year old is now waking up numerous times a night too. It will pass. Although, lack of sleep is so difficult to muddle through!

Lady Grey said...

Oh you are so not alone. People who have babies that sleep through the night early LOVE to brag about it. But they are probably the exception, not the norm.
Hang in there!

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Dalia said...

My son is 15 months and still wakes up 2-3 times a night! You are not alone!

Megan said...

You've probably already tried everything but with my babies I would always try to really fill them up in the afternoon/evening before bedtime. They would eat every three hours during the day then by 5 or 6 eat every 2 hours. Like 3...6...8...10. It seemed to help with mine. With my oldest I would even wake him up around 11 and essentially nurse him in his sleep to get him through the night. Good luck! I hope it gets better soon!

Lauren said...

My son is six months old and he woke up 7 times last night. So, you are not alone!

Leanne said...

You're not alone. It's just that the people whose babies are not sleeping through the night don't post on FB, Twitter, etc., "Oh guess what?! My baby woke up 4 times last night!"

Manja said...

My son would wake up up to 10 times a night until he was 2 years old...
And yes, other parents lie about how their babies/toddlers have slept through the night since they were 2 months old! Hang in there:)

Ju said...

Hey Joanna, I feel for you! My little 2 month old sleeps 6-7 hours but I'm still tired.. What worked really well for both my boys at this age was from a book written by a Swedish mum: feed one side, nappy change,play time, feed other side, sleep. The trick is to get lots of milk into them (at first you start with 1 side until they sort of fall asleep, lay them on their back so they wake up, 'dessert' from same side, change, same thing on the other side - by now we're skipping dessert & go about 3,5h between feedings. He also doesn't always stay asleep now after the second feeding but is generally learning to fall asleep on his own). The second trick is to keep them awake enough during the day so they're tired enough to start sleeping through the night. I didn't do anything besides this rhythm with my boys + letting them learn to fall asleep on their own & they slept really well (though i did have to retrain my older one a few times after teething & holidays which worked best with coming back every few minutes saying mummy is here, you're ok, go to sleep I'll come back in 2 min and increasing the intervals of when you go back to check . Everything else failed). Hope this helps! Love Judith

Michelle Ash Latham said...

Love these posts! Have a wonderful weekend!

Ju said...

Ps &like one of the other mums commented-I'm pretty much doing one feeding right after the other at night with little breaks to put my toddler to bed & get myself some food - i do wish he went to bed before 11.. :)

Iliana's Notebook said...

That lip sync battle is hysterical!

Erin said...

Ugh - poor Joanna! Wish I had some good advice, but I think we've read all the same books :) It sounds like Anton isn't crazy about sleeping. Hang in there - it'll start to settle down soon. In the meantime, try and sneak in a nap whenever you can.

Katie Peshek said...

Lovely links - I always look forward to your Friday posts. The sleep stuff is the worst! Mine didn't sleep through the night until 9 months and it was a long, hard slog to get there. Hang in there Joanna, you're doing a great job!

Hankaskakanka said...

Oh, Joanna, no, you are not alone! Do not believe in all these fairy tales of tiny babies sleeping for 12 hours in a row. Even if they do, there is a great chance that they will take their revenge later on (particularly when their imagination kicks in and there will be monsters under beds). Our 2,5-years old, with whom we've had all kind of nights from hell (including 14-15 wake up calls every single night when he was 8-11 months old), has just come back to his bad patterns - he cries for me about 4-6 times every night and it's been like that for last two weeks. There are times when I am considering moving out to the next hotel available :) Hang in there - you will get your sleep. Eventually! We all will :) PS. I highly recommend Dr Sears' books.

Samantha said...

My baby is brand new, only 8 days old, so I am not expecting him to sleep through the night at all. He feeds every 2 to 2.5 hours so for the last week that is the longest sleep stretch I have gotten. I am sure in a few months I will be really feeling the sleep deprivation, but even one week in it is pretty brutal. Establishing breast feeding is no joke, my poor nipples are pretty sore (although that is slowly getting better). He is so stinking cute though :). Hang in there....we can do it!

Kj719 said...

Hi Joanna. I'm sure you've tried every trick in the book but I was wondering if you tried putting Anton in bed with you? Is he waking up to eat or just to play and hang out? With my wee one, it was for eating so when I put him next to me in the bed, he would stir, sense I was there, perhaps nibble a bit, and then pass out again. He might have woken up three times a night until he was 6 months old but I barely remember because I was fast asleep and so was he.

Tina Mihaescu said...

I don't know if this helps you, but my 7.5 month old is not sleeping through the night either. She did it briefly from about 2-4 months and then it has been game over! We just got back from a trip to Italy and are fighting jet lag, teething, sitting and crawling all in ONE week!! Needless to say she is up 5-6 times a night. I tell you this so you are know you are not alone....misery loves company! Hang in there.

Pualani said...

That is a great book! Only to be made better by a Samuel L. Jackson narration.

J Barlow said...

AHHHH! LOVE your round-up of links in this post. The pic of Dianne Keaton at the top is awesome, too - I just adore her.

Got the typical Saturday soccer plans with the littles, but having a date night tonight with the husband which seriously never happens! Hoping to squeeze in some thrift shopping at a local store that just turned it's inventory over to fall/winter items.

Hope you have a great weekend as well!!

hugs,
Jess
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andrea (book scout) said...

oh, my dear. i am so sorry. i feel for you and have been there myself. i'm pretty sure you don't need any well-meaning advice, because 1.) this isn't your first rodeo, and 2.) all babies are differend, and 3.) all babies are different, and 4.) all babies are different. seriously. babies are just tiny people who have sleep preferences all their own, and we have NO idea what those preferences are or how to help them sometimes. my son woke up every 45 minutes for the first 7 months of his life. i had terrible insomnia as a result and i was on the verge of tears almost all the time. things started to improve once we seemed to find a few techniques that worked (baby swing + swaddle) and i finally reached out for help (we landed somewhere sort of between baby-led and parent-led sleep training). however, when sleep regressions hit (9 months, 13 months) this boy still REGRESSES, let me tell you. all this is to say, at the time, i felt like every. single. baby we knew was sleeping through the night or vastly better than ewan and i felt so JUDGED. maybe it was in my head, but i do think parents of babies who sleep reasonably well are unwittingly judgey about this topic. attachment folks saying you should do better at co-sleeping or your child isnn't attached properly, or CIO advocates saying you should just let them cry on their own already. it's ridiculous that people think they're even entitled to an opinion. it made me want to weep. i'm so sorry you had a rough night. i would offer you a hug and a HUGE glass of wine if i could and the promise that you WILL find the things that work for anton, and you will feel rested again. at 14 months, my little guy is almost sleeping through the night (wakes up once still), and i just feel like high-fiving everyone i see, because look at him! he's come so far! take it day by day, night by night. ask for help when you feel like you're going to collapse and know you're not alone. you're doing a GREAT job. xoxo

joke said...

Ha, there is a page of a Dutch magazine that has comforting and funny posts for nachtouders - "night parents" Very helpfull when depression caused by sleep deprivation is just round the corner ;-)
https://www.facebook.com/oudersvannu

Lisa said...

I diddn't have one of those sweet sleeping babies (and used to get really annoyed with those stories of sleeping tots)! Mine didn't start sleeping well until shy of his second b-day... And he's still a rascal at 26 months, waking up at 5:30 and such. :(

Hang in there - you're doing a great job!!

Katie T said...

I have a 16 month old who has woken up no fewer than 3 times a night (that's between 9pm-9am for him since he was born. It's totally exhausting. Co-sleeping has saved us (although probably contributed to the problem as well!).

eileen ragan | leaner by the lake said...

YES! The jet-lag thing works! My boyfriend sent me that study before a long overnight plane ride to Europe and I emerged jet-lag free the next day. I did also have a glass of red wine and a sleeping pill, though... :)

News Update said...

Babe, it really passes. Hold on. I am sitting here listening to weird garage music with my 22 year old son. He was once like Anton. Life picks up, all will be well. One day, you will look back at these times and relish them.

Rachel S said...

My six month old is still waking every 2-3 hours all. night. long. We've tried both co-sleeping and crying it out. We have yet to find a solution. So, yes. You're not alone!

ckmb said...

My 8 month old is also waking up 4 times a night! Sleep regression? Teething? Who knows...hopefully he'll go back to his 1-2 times a night soon, and sleep through the night some day! Hang in there :)

Bri said...

My almost 4 month old is usually only up a couple of times a night, but what's killing me are naps! She generally won't sleep more than about 10-15 minutes each time I put her down so it's back and forth for an hour until I give up. *Sigh.* She's cute, though! :)

sarah acheson said...

Well done for keeping up with your work right now...You're doing a great job. Much love from a fellow sleep deprived Mum.

sarah acheson said...

Well done for keeping up with your work right now...You're doing a great job. Much love from a fellow sleep deprived Mum.

jill cavanaugh said...

I have two little ones...neither slept well for the first couple of years...and I swear that all parents who say their kids sleep so well are lying.... You are not alone. It'll get better!

Michelle Panting said...

Loved the links. The can't/don't one was interesting. I hope Anton starts sleeping better soon!

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HDemaray said...

I SO feel for you! It gets better, it gets better. The first three months are THE WORST, aren't they? My first son was a terrible sleeper and my second (4 mos. old now) woke me up three times last night, so I feel your pain. On behalf of other tired moms, thanks for keeping this great blog and giving us something fun to read as we're slogging it out. We appreciate you!

Brian said...

you are not alone by the looks of it. our 17! month old is still waking every 2 hours on an average night, or more, on really bad nights :( last week lucked out with a few longer stretches, but those somehow never stick. hang in there! it's a marvel you're still able to think coherently enough to post.

Sarah Ehlers said...

Sweet Joanna,

Ezra was only up twice last night but I think he was being nice because today is my birthday. You're not alone! :)

suzy said...

When my daughter woke every 3 hours i thought i was the only Mumma sleep walking during the day ;) ....Every Mum seems to want a perfect child and often dont talk about the bad times (which lake of sleep def is) though know that YES there are MANY babies who dont sleep through you are not alone. xxxx

Brooklyn Portland said...

the jetlag thing totally works!

Joy said...

No. My son is almost two and he doesn't sleep. Just like his big sisters. Sorry, I don't know if that helps or not! ;-)

Jessie P said...

Oh my gosh I know how you feel. My little guy is 5 months now and it did get better...but I remember seriously wanting to punch every person who did facebook posts/social media bragging about how their 'angel slept 8 hours last night!'. No one talks about it when it's mind numbingly hard. Good luck Joanne...you're an incredible mom and giving him so much. Love your blog :)

Rebecca said...

Aw, sorry Joanna! I have a baby who is almost one, and she was a great sleeper for awhile, and then has had some major "hiccups" in her sleep lately. I pinned this just yesterday and it is so helpful...at least I know I'm neither crazy nor alone! Good luck!
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Clémence said...

I'm just saying hello from France to tell you how much I understand you and wish you good luck and hope it will go well soon! And you know what,? When he'll start sleeping, you'll all forget about these hard times!And when I read your blog I'm just so amazed by all the things you find the time to do with your two little boys !Bravo! (I have two boys 3 and a half years old and 16 months and I know what it is when the smaller one doesn't sleep!)

Eliza Jane said...

Oh my god I'm still laughing out loud from the lip-synch off!!

Michelle Merrick said...

I am reading all of these comments for support as I sit here nursing my 4 month old at 3 am. All the Facebook bragging makes me feel so alone!

Sammi said...

Don't worry, not every baby is sleeping through :)

It won't be long until he does, though!

Amanda aka MamaRobot said...

When my daughter was a baby, I used to say "No baby stayed awake forever, right?"

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Michelle Lee said...

happy weekend to you too! :)

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Anna said...

It always feels like everyone else's kid is sleeping through the night, but it's not true! I think people lie. It will get better, though it's hard to believe at your current level of exhaustion!

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Lisa said...

Dude, my kid is 2 weeks from his first birthday and he STILL wakes up 3-4 times at night. We pretty much suck at getting him to go down at night, too! So, there, you can feel better about your tiny baby not sleeping so well. :)

Stacey - Posh in Progress said...

Hilarious book title! It gets better, give it a couple more months:)

Patty Tae said...

Jo, I'm a pediatrician and Mom of three. You should talk to Anton's doctor. He may have reflux or milk protein allergies. He could also be using you as a pacifier. You need to figure this out presto!! There is no excuse for this behavior.

Fernanda Quandt said...

Oh, God. Me too. I also have a newborn that sometimes wakes up a lot. Good luck to us!

Elle said...

Re: crying baby, the book, "Bringing Up Bebe" has a great section on how to get your baby to sleep through the night by month 2 - 3, if not sooner. Is a timing issue according to her, with a working protocol that is mostly common (not so common) sense. I listened to it on audio book so I could still be doing other things, which works GREAT. Hope it helps!

Elle said...

Well, other than the fact that he's a brand new baby with no other way to communicate his needs, for which he is entirely dependent upon others for. This is not an occasion for blame!

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Patty Tae said...

oops, I think I meant "pronto" not "presto". I don't mean to blame the baby, but milk protein allergy is more common than you think. If you stop the dairy, it's like magic.

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Laura said...

I know you've heard everything and tried everything but my son was the same way. He was waking up constantly and we couldn't figure out why. We swaddled him, tested him for a milk allergy, let him cry it out, and his pediatrician said it was maybe acid reflux and put him on medicine....all wrong. After speaking to my mom and watching him nap through out the day (he would always fall asleep on his tummy mat) my husband and I had an epiphany one night and did the simple task off taking off the swaddler and laying him down on his stomach. That night at 4 months old my son slept through the night like a rock and has ever since (he is now 2 1/2) unless he is sick/teething. He didn't have a milk allergy or acid reflux, he didn't want to be swaddled, he just wanted to sleep on his stomach. It was that easy. We didn't do any sleep training or try any special method. I know all kids are different and what worked for mine may obviously not work for others but I thought I'd throw it out there.

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Maiken Day said...

Hey Joanna! My four month old has just started getting the hang of sleeping through the night. It's pretty exciting but I'm also sorta holding my breath. Something that seemed to really help us (she went from waking 2-3 times to only once) was a combination of waiting and observing her cries before going in (Le Pause - I think you know about this and probably already do it) and WHEN we would go in we didn't turn on any lights (even in another room), we didn't interact at all with her (talking, smiling, massaging, etc) which was really hard for me even in the middle of the night, we didn't change her unless she was soaking through, and we'd give her some food. Sometimes we'd just rock with her and not give any food if we knew she'd had plenty before going to sleep. It seemed like she really wanted to hang out so when we didn't give that she started sleeping through the night more regularly. She still wakes up sometimes but less and less. Oh and one more thing which may sound kinda weird - I really believe putting her in her crib BEFORE she was asleep helped. I think it taught her how to fall asleep without us or a bottle or anything else etc. Sorry if you have tried one or all of these things and it's still not working. I hope he comes around soon. :)

Amanda B said...

Agree! I think all babies have mixed nights. Mine only began the illusive STTN at nearly 11 months old. I finally figured out that I didn't need to be going into his room at the 2 a.m. call out. I just turned off the monitor and went back to sleep one night, out of pure exhaustion. And now, he goes back to sleep too, without my help!

Amanda B said...

I happily night nursed until 9 months, so you are not alone :) Seriously, having that quiet time at night was special for me (once I allowed it to be) because I work away from home. But at 9 months. All bets were off! Rocking only to sleep at night wakings, and he got the message there was no milk bar.

Rebekah Daphne said...

No excuse for waking up? Oh my! That kind of statement overlooks the fact that babies' tummies are tiny, they have growth spurts, they get teeth, they need reassurance from their mamas... I can think of PLENTY of good reasons why a baby would wake up multiple times a night.

Not to say that there couldn't be an easier fix, but... if there isn't, dear Joanna, don't think that either you or Anton is doing something wrong!

Amanda S. said...

My 17-month old has only slept more than 3 hours at once a handful of times since birth. My fault? I don't know. But you are not alone.

Emaly said...

Oh my Gosh, JO!!!! The "made me laugh" thing, was reblogged from MY TUMBLR! It's almost like you're referencing me, right?! Not really, I know, but this is still the dorkiest, happiest moment of my day! Gah, you're great.

Laura D said...

The "made me laugh" did make me laugh (thanks to Emaly, too!). Hopefully Anton starts sleeping more soon

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Jennifer said...

I can't remember exactly how old Anton is but could be hitting that lovely 16-week sleep regression. My little guy hit it early and has yet to recover at 4.5 months. BUT, he's back down to waking just once which is much more doable. Hope he'll come around for you!

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