by jgia (2 Posts), Mon Jul 04, 2011 12:14 am
My daughter (born at 35 wks due to severe PE at 4 lbs 9oz) has been sleeping through the night for the past three nights (10pm until 5am). She is 3 months, two months adjusted weighing just over 10 lbs. Up until the last three days, she woke every two hours for feedings. During the day she eats 3 to 4 oz every three to four hours (mostly a two oz bottle every hour and a half). I called my peds office, the nurse did not seem concerned, but my nerves still won't let me relax. I know that being healthy does not mean that she has to be above the 50th percentile by any means...but should I wake her up for middle of the night feedings?
Jill (me) 28 yrs, severe PE with "sticky" BPs for one month after delivery.
Scott (hubby) 29 yrs, stubborn but amazingly supportive husband.
Tessa (lovely & very much loved daughter) born on 4/8/2011, 4 lbs 8oz at 7:58pm (the number eight was our anesthesiologist's lucky number, no lie!), severe PE at 35 wks, needed a little warmth in the NICU for ten days.