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What time does your LO go to bed?

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by blueone, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. blueone

    blueone New commenter

    LO is 15 weeks now and for about 10 weeks he has been going to bed between 7-8pm. He has his last bottle and then bed with usually a little fuss but generally he is quite good. For a few weeks now though he has been very upset leading up to going to bed. Last night he cried while he was in the bath and then was hysterical after it too until he had his bottle. He feel asleep during his bottle and was shattered. Tonight we've just had hysterical screaming round 2 and this started about 615pm. Im wondering if he is tired and needs to go to bed earlier, say 630pm? Is this too early? I dont know!!!.
     

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