Our DS just turned 6 months old today! I have a quick question for all you ladies who have moved beyond the 6 month mark now. My DS was sleeping through the night for about 2 months. He started rolling back to belly at 4 months and we had to stop swaddling him (now we use a sleep sack with his arms free). As soon as we stopped the swaddling, he stopped sleeping through the night. However, I can't complain too much because he really only wakes up once a night, for maybe 40-50 minutes. DH and I trade off nights to get up with him for a feeding and a diaper change. Putting him back to sleep is not an issue, we put him down drowsy but awake and he drifts off fine. I have been reading so much about the various sleep training methods and am wondering if we should let him CIO during his late-night wakeful moments (4-5 am, usually). I am hesitant to do so because when he wakes up, it escalates from a little fuss to full-on bawling very quickly, and he usually has a very wet diaper, and I don't want to leave him uncomfortable. We have a very laid-back little guy and he really only fusses when he needs something. At the same time, I have read that by this age they should be able to self-soothe and make it through the night without a feeding. What have other moms in this situation done? Let the baby lead, or work on getting him to self-soothe?