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    Default I'm in shock!

    My 7 week old DD wouldn't settle last night so I figured it was going to be a long night. She finally crashed at 11pm and she woke up at 7am! OMG!!! Fluke or could be a regular thing you think? I woke up looking around going WTF lol!

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    If you expect it to happen tonight, she'll wake every hour! Enjoy the randomness of babies. Their sleep patterns change so frequently. Mine would do something 2 nights in a row and just when I thought it was becoming a pattern, night 3 was something different.

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    Wow lucky you!! I'd say it's not likely to happen again, but who knows. You gotta let us know

    I remember one night when ds (terrible sleeper) went to bed at 7pm and the next time I woke and looked at the clock it was 3am. I was soooooo happy and felt so rested that I almost couldn't get back to sleep! haha

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    You never know it could be the start of something. One night when I put DD to bed at 7pm I woke at 6.30am the next day and she was still asleep. I was so scared to check on her just incase something bad had happened, I made DH go in instead and she was fine. From that night onwards she slept through and was only 3 weeks old when she started. She has now turned 3 and still is an awesome sleeper, you could be lucky. Only problem I had was I was always worried she wasn't getting enough feeds but she was gaining heaps of weight and she just loved her sleep (takes after her dad)

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    I reckon it's the start of something, my DS started that at around 7 weeks, nine he mostly goes down at 7.30 up at 3am and down again til
    8ish or will go down at 7.30 up at 10.30 and then down until 8ish. He just got better at sleeping longer stretches. But Im very aware that this will probably change again. Either way enjoy it

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    Well she's been a nightmare today so that's what I get for being so excited lol. She won't sleep more than 20 minutes and that has to be on me. Either way she's still my little angel


 

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