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Question: My little baby boy is 2 months 25 days. He sleeps for 8-9 hours at night. He doesn't wake up for milk also. Is this normal? Should I wake him up for feed?
Answer: Hello dear. Kids at this age need feed every 3 hours...if they sleep at stretch in night for 8-9 hours then baby should get the feed in between. Wake the baby up and feed in between if he doesn't get up due to hunger. Proper feeding at regular intervals is must...it's normal so while good sleep is crucial regular fedding is equally important for kids.
Question: My 6 days old baby sleeps continuously for 4 hours without drinking milk.... I am not able to wake her up also.. Is it normal?
Answer: It's normal as infant sleeps more, but if during feed she sleep then you may follow these tips, hope it will be helpful
Tips to keep baby awake during a feed:
burp and switch breasts oftenchange diaper half way through a feedingrub, massage or tickle feet, toes, hands and/or underarmsstroke facetalk or sing to babystroke baby's spine or walk your fingers up baby's spinewashcloth on face/neckblow gently into baby's facetalk to babyremove his clothes, do skin to skin, or at least unsaddlesit baby upright since this is a hard position to fall asleep inplace baby on a flat surface next to you without blankets etc. After baby lies there for 30 seconds or so he'll probably start to fuss and kick and be ready to eat again. This is one of my favorite techniques. It works really well, and it doesn't require much energy from a tired mom.bicycle baby's legs and armsfeed baby in a light and noisy environmentCrown Reflex- Dance your fingers on the crown of baby's head (firmly but not hard). This helps to lengthen feeds by keeping baby sucking and swallowing.Palmar Reflex- massage baby's palms in a circle with your thumbs. Do this for up to a minute if needed to help baby open his mouth and get ready to nurse.
Question: My baby sleeps at 4 hrs at a stretch sometimes, i use to wake her up every 2;hrs sometime she doesn't wake up.
Answer: If your baby regains her birth weight and has 6+ pee count in 24 hrs, please feed her on demand. No need to wake her up
Question: Hi my baby is 14 days...he sleeps for around 4 to 5 hours and doesn't wake up for feed...how to ensure proper feed
Answer: Hi Dear!
Dont worry pls offer feed while baby is sleeping, if baby accepts fine else wait fr baby to demand feed..Its normal in babies..