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    About 12 hours if I go to bed early enough. Don't ya hate me..

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    4 - 6 hours of broken sleep. But if I'm REALLY lucky I get 7 hours of unbroken sleep.

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    It varies for me. Depends on when I decide to go to bed. I'd say 7-9 hours as an average. I feel super sorry for those of you who get such little sleep! I would struggle to function each day!

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    Not a lot, but you get used to it after a while.

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    Anywhere between 0-8, depending on my level of exhaustion and insomnia.

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    Generally around 8 hours if DD is healthy and happy. Will be less later this year when belly bub arrives.

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    Wow so many sleep deprived mummies. Together we unite

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    8 hours of broken sleep generally, I still get up 2 to 3 times a night for DS for quick kisses and cuddles and back down, and most nights I go straight back to sleep, but some nights I just lie there staring at the ceiling waiting for DS to wake again...

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    About 6hrs of broken sleep although DS has been sleeping through the last 2 nights so I hope I haven't jinxed myself for tonight lol

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    I try and get 10 a night, the least I can survive off is 8 haha


 

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