We really need our regular forum members with experience with this sort of sleep problem to advise you. The main thing is that your baby sleeps perfectly well during the day so he does not have a problem such as reflux which is keeping him awake at night.He does not appear to be tired by the time that you want him to sleep at night.At 4 months you should be able to help your baby to develop a regular sleep pattern. There is a lot of advice available,but the main thing is to be consistent with what you decide to do.If you feed him to sleep you will have to continue to do this. If you decide to rock your baby to sleep you will have to continue to do this as well. Stick with your plan. It may take up to two weeks to work but it will do so in the end.
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