Sleeping too much?

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  1. SaraLouise

    SaraLouise Well-Known Member

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    For the past few days Harrison has been really quite awake & alert for most of the day, but today all he's done is sleep! I've not known what to do with myself lol. He's still waking every 2.5 hours for a feed, but as soon as he's done hes fast asleep again.

    Can they sleep too much?

    Its a silly thread really because I feel like for the past 3 weeks all I've done is moan about the fact he never sleeps and now he is I'm worried!

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  2. Chezza

    Chezza Well-Known Member

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    It's possible he may be going through a growth spurt...I don't think 3.5 weeks is too young...? Enjoy it while it lasts :) xx
     
  3. SaraLouise

    SaraLouise Well-Known Member

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    Haha I am! I've even managed to pluck my eyebrows & paint my nails today! But then got bored so woke him for a cuddle haha!

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    Lol...you're brave! If I woke JJ without a bottle of milk to appease him, all hell would break loose!! :brat:
     
  5. Les1504

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    At that age Harry could sleep all day and all night lol! Don't worry, it sounds normal, they're very unpredictable! Harry was 1 last week and had a 3 hour nap yesterday which panicked me! X
     

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