I agree. DD nightweaned and slept thru at 14mths once she mastered walking. 6-14 mths was hell!! 16teeth crawling and walking!
Ugh, I think this is what I'm right in the middle of with DD (6.5 months old). She was a brilliant sleeper as a newborn, but now she wakes every 1.5 to 3 hours (mostly every 2 hours). It's exhausting!! She just started commando crawling a few days ago, coincidentally. I'm so happy for her that she's mobile and loving moving around....but for crying out loud, stay asleep, child!
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