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<b><span style="color:#0000FF;">Just wondering if there is any problem with me offering my boosies to my DDDDDDS every time he wakes up.<br><br>
I know many of you EN do this (we don't co-sleep but he is in the next room and as soon as I hear him I hit the floor and go straight to him even if I can't walk straight due to still being asleep) but I was wondering if it can disrupt his sleep. Maybe he just needs a pacifier but I feed him and think this is the best thing to do. He always has a drink and usually empties one boob. I feel silly like i should know that I am doing the right thing, but I am now wondering if I disrupt him and should give him his pacifier and let him sleep and feed a bit later on in the night. (Sometimes he wakes after 2 hours but I still just feed him and we are both happy doing this but ... i want to make sure).</span></b><span style="font-size:large;"><br><span>Did I tell you how much I just love my Son/Sun-source of my light!</span></span>
 

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I would say do what seems best for both of you if you feel comfortalbe offering the pasifier then do so, if you want to nurse him at that time then so be it!!! My dd is a "perfact child" she sleeps from 8or9 till about 7am then sleeps till about 9:30. She is so good. she sleeps in a side car bed...
 

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My ds is almost two and we still do things that way. Works fine for us, if you are happy with it carry on!<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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Thanks, I will keep doing it. I think this is best for us, I feel happy that way event hough I am tired. It is worth it to me.
 
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