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    Default How much sleep do you get a night

    So ds is going through a rough patch sleeping - down at around 8ish but then up every hour or two. As I find it hard to fall asleep I am rarely back in the land of nod before he wakes back up. Dd2 co sleeps with me so she goes to bed when I do and as its school holidays dd1 is often up to around 9ish. Dd2 wakes at 6am so no chance for sleep ins. So I'm sitting here at 3.30 in the morning and I've just realised that for the past 2 weeks poor me has been surviving on approx 4 hours sleep a night. I'm sure there are others out there - show me who you are xoxo magic mummies who run on empty lol

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    Gee I would say I am currently getting 4 - 6 hrs a night. Hard when u work almost f/t too. I am up most nights between 2am and 4am. Aaaah so tired right now.

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    I'd average out 4-5 hours broken sleep. I'm grumpy and exhausted all the time

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    I'm making the most of my little man sleeping all night, coz I know it's set to change.when newbie comes along. Maybe i'll come back in 2 months time and answer this question

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    I never get enough. There is always someone up wanting me for something or the heartburn from bub. Lately I been waking up at 4 am to vomit. It's like clockwork, hopefully it will stop when bub is born.

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    DD is a month old, and I'm getting between 4-6 hours a night. Less if DS wakes too.

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    About 4 - 6 hours. I have big sleeping problems for the past 5 years.
    My daughter sleeps about 10 hours straight through.


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    I generally get between 6 or 7 hours of broken sleep on a good night. DS1 has some sleeping problems at the moment, so between settling him into his bed (2.5 hours last night, to only be up at 5 because he cracked it when i went to my own bed and he woke his brother ), peeing a few times and SPD pain i'm not getting good quality rest at all. Not a great combination to have all day morning sickness and being over tired. Ah well, this too shall pass!

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    At the moment it's about 1-2 hrs, DS has woken for the last month at 12:30am and does 10 min naps here and there through the night. I am exhausted but thankfully off to Tresillian next Monday.... Sleep deprivation is torture!

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    4-5hrs broken sleep a night. DS still wakes several times a night and won't resettle.


 

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