Would you wake or leave for a bit?

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  1. Sarah13

    Sarah13 Well-Known Member

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    As you know Kynon doesn't sleep for long periods of time but he slept well last night although he seems a little under the weather and he's still sleeping now but think his nappy has given up and he's soaked. Seems mean to leave him but he's sound asleep so also seems mean to wake him. Don't ever get this dilemma since he don't sleep long enough normally. What would you girls do?

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  2. Lettie

    Lettie Well-Known Member

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    I would leave him if youre happy to as its not like you do it regularly. if he was unhappy he'd wake im sure, Xx
     
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    I'd leave him, especially if he seems abit under the weather. He'll let you know if he's uncomfortable
     
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    I'd probably try and do it without waking him properly and putting him back to sleep, but only because I'm paranoid about nappy rash since he's started to get it.
     
  5. Sarah13

    Sarah13 Well-Known Member

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    He's still asleep! I feel bad though but he doesn't have nappy rash, I'm sure at his age he would wake if it was bothering him.
    ISH - I think my days of changing him without waking are well over, he wakes even if you move him a little, I surprised he stayed asleep when I checked him! Must be making up for the lack of sleep he normally has, I think he's teething just now and why he seems a bit out of sorts unless he was very tired yesterday!
     
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    Sarah13 Well-Known Member

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    Problem solved, he just woke up so he's all dry again now, don't think he cared as he's a happy thing just now!
     
  7. pinkyprincess

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    I'd leave him again if he does it again. Some baby's like the wet, just give him extra nappy off time to overcompensate! A rested mummy is a happy mummy


     
  8. Binzy

    Binzy Well-Known Member

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    Couldn't agree more, if it means extra washing but a happier baby and mummy I'd just leave it for a bit x
     
  9. littlemiss83

    littlemiss83 Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't wake unless the nappy was so bad it was making his clothes wet.

    How is kynon now? Hope he's better soon, its horrible when they are not well.

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  10. Princess81

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    I asked Mw about this, she said leave them if they're happy x
     
  11. Mummy2Adam

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    Id leave him aslong as the nappy isnt leaking hun, he will let you know if hes uncomfortable x x
     

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