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    You’re gunna hate me, but… my DD has slept a solid 12 hours a night since she was 11 weeks old. I usually put her to bed at 7:30, have a few hours to myself, do some house work (fun!), or other things, spend some quality time with my DH, and then I usually sleep about 8 hours a night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regina Phalange View Post
    You’re gunna hate me, but… my DD has slept a solid 12 hours a night since she was 11 weeks old. I usually put her to bed at 7:30, have a few hours to myself, do some house work (fun!), or other things, spend some quality time with my DH, and then I usually sleep about 8 hours a night.
    Did she do that naturally or did you have to sleep train her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzys Mummy View Post
    Did she do that naturally or did you have to sleep train her?
    DD is boobed to sleep when needed, but she taught herself to sleep when she was ready (11-7 from 3weeks, and usually 9-9since around 6months)
    though we cosleep so if she does wake, i dont need to as she self serves then goes back to sleep.

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    DD sleeps for about 6-8 hours wakes for a feed and then sleeps for another 3 or so hours. I sleep when she sleeps the 3 hours. I have insomnia (started when I was preggers) and havent been bothered to fix it.

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    About 4-5hrs broken sleep.

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    Somewhere between 5-8 hrs a night. Sometimes DD2 may wake during the night for some reason or another. She sleeps waaaay better than DD1 did at her age (18mths) so I'm happy with that. In the first 6 months of her life I remember getting 3-4 hrs of broken sleep at night.

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    My DD goes down @ 8pm and up @ 7am. So a good amount atm but not for long once bub 2 is out I will miss it

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    Quote Originally Posted by trishalishous View Post
    DD is boobed to sleep when needed, but she taught herself to sleep when she was ready (11-7 from 3weeks, and usually 9-9since around 6months)
    though we cosleep so if she does wake, i dont need to as she self serves then goes back to sleep.
    sorry trish - I didnt ask you.


 

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