still BFing, and will do it if she asks for it at night.
co-sleeping as well.
i'm a stay at home mother and she is VERY attached to me, and i to her, so naturally we spend a lot of time together during the day (some say TOO much time. is there really such thing? serious question).
here is our schedule:
wakes up to start her day at 10am to 12 pm (she used to wake up much earlier, not sure what happened)
takes a nap anywhere from 2-4 pm for 1-2 hours
then sleeps at 2-3 am every day for the past week.
we know teething may have something to do with it, because she sits up a gajillion times a night to complain about the discomfort and then lies back down into sleep (or does she!?) and tries several positions, kicking and whining sometimes while in a daze..
i know when she is having some sort of discomfort the shift in sleeping schedule is expected, but recently i feel it could be anxiety-related. DH and i do show her a LOT of frustration when we try EVERYTHING to get to sleep (when she asks to be put to sleep) and it takes so long (plus DH gets up super early, and is running on 3-4 hours of sleep a day, and me being the same since she wakes me at least 10-20 times a night, but i've more or less come to terms with it since.. well i kinda have no choice, hehe!).
i feel showing our frustration could be feeding the possible anxiety? any input would be appreciated.