3-month-old sleep regression
My 3-month-old son has never been a good napper. He sleeps in 30-45 minute spurts several times throughout the day. Occasionally he will sleep longer if I pat him back to sleep. He began sleeping in his carseat for the first two months, and then about 2-3 weeks ago we transitioned him to the crib -- first for naps, then at night. The problem is that he is now waking up frequetly throughout the night, which was our only real good sleep time. (He has slept through the night several times in the first 2 1/2 months, while in the carseat.) I don't know if it's the carseat or what, but I feel like we have a newborn again. We put him down around 8-8:30 and he is exhausted -- since he doesn't nap well. I began feeding him before I go to bed around 10 or so, but even with that feeding he is waking up about 12:30/1 and then again at 4/5:00. My husband and I are exhausted and can't figure out why he slept so well at night, but doesn't anymore. I realize the transition to the bed might be part of the problem, but it's been 3 weeks now, so he should be adjusted. Any suggestions??? I'm open to all advice:) Thanks!