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#1 of 2 Old 12-05-2011, 04:35 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Would a growth spurt in an infant result in more sleeping and more eating? My 6 week old DD seems to be eating more often today (every hour and a half or so) and yesterday and today is sleeping a lot more in the afternoons. She'll fuss and fight sleep, and then crash on me and is currently passed out on my chest. I remember reading about a growth spurt at 6 weeks. TIA!


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Sounds like a growth spurt to me!!!

 

I always know when my kids are about to shoot up b/c they will eat and eat and eat.   Well, and DS gets growing pains, but he's 7. 


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