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Mar 6th, 2013, 15:22 PM   #16
 
Ok thanks xx
 
 
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Mar 7th, 2013, 06:55 AM   #17
 
Agree with tweetyfoo, I guess your concern is that he is not getting feeds when sleeping through, if he's hungry he'll wake, Jacob was 10w when he started sleeping through 4w+6 corrected. But he was eating loads in the day and gaining weight well. He started waking when he wanted me to start weaning and now he only wakes if he's struggling with his teeth or he's poorly x x
 
 

 
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Mar 7th, 2013, 08:30 AM   #18
 
Yeah exactly my concern sproglett!! Ok thats fab......xx tbh we arent quite there yet but he will go 6 hours from sort of 9 til 3 which I spose is sleeping through but its whether we shouldbhave been waking him or not and if and when he does start sleeping through whether we should just let him get on by his ca or aa xx
 
 
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Mar 11th, 2013, 09:17 AM   #19
 
If he's hungry he will wake, my friend was told to wake her baby for a feed once, she then spent 6hrs trying to calm her down to feed her so she ended up going even longer, Jacobs weight gain etc have followed the line and I don't believe in waking him x x
 
 

 
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Mar 11th, 2013, 10:46 AM   #20
 
it was only because they us do so in hospital so if he went 5 hours then we woke him.........havent done so since actually maybe once when he was going about 7 houors during the day when we had just got him home but not for a long while thank you!! x
 
 
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Mar 12th, 2013, 23:09 PM   #21
 
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Sep 6th, 2013, 21:53 PM   #22
 
I couldn't be bothered correcting my premie's age after she turned 1 The prematurity didn't really show at that point anyway.
 
 
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Sep 11th, 2013, 21:47 PM   #23
 
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I couldn't be bothered correcting my premie's age after she turned 1 The prematurity didn't really show at that point anyway.
Unless they are born before 32 weeks (I think) You stop asjusting at 1 anyway I'm thankful for it!
 
 

 
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Sep 14th, 2013, 17:29 PM   #24
 
I've found that my LO's consultant still corrects for prematurity for height/length and weight but not for other milestones, e.g. they wouldn't discharge her from follow-up last time we saw her as she still wasn't walking unaided (at 17 months). We have to see them again when she's almost 2. She was born at 36 weeks. Turns out she's probably just been focusing on other things as apparently her speech/language skills are that of a 2 year old!
 
 

 
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