I've been in the habit of waking my babies (twins) to nurse before I go to bed, in the hopes that I won't be woken up 1/2 an hour after falling asleep by hungry babies. They're 12 months old now and they wake up every 2 hours to nurse during the night, and I'm wondering if me waking them to nurse before my bedtime is actually contributing to that. Any thoughts? Does anyone else do this?
Work at home, homesteading mom sharing child care 50/50 with my wonderful WAH DH. DD1 born Jan. 2010. March '12. DD2 & DD3 (twins) born Feb. 2013
Mine are 14 months old and until recently my husband has been dream-feeding them their bottles at 11pm right before he goes to work. It really helped us for many months, but it seems to disturb them now more than anything and we have stopped doing it. Try not doing it for a few nights or so to see if things improve. That's the best way to find out if it's causing problems.