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    Total about 3 hours.

    Ds2 is teething and was awake after every sleep cycle.

    Ds1 wasn't like this. Never knew it could get so bad

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    Last night I got 3.5 hours... And none of it was cos off DD3 she's the one that actually sleeps well!
    Worst night was no sleep, not a wink when still pregnant with DD3 and DD1&2 had some crazy 24 hr bug and were vomiting all night blergh!

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    Plenty! Ds2 didn't have his afternoon sleep yesterday so he went to bed at 5.30 and slept til 6am this morning. Ds1 crashed on the couch at 7pm last night whilst we were watching happy feet. So I took the opportunity and went to bed early myself!

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    I got 12 hours hahaha very rare for me

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    9hrs... and i'm still tired. previous night was only 4hrs cos I was at a late screening of Avengers.

    DD sleeps well so totally my fault.

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    About 2 hours all up. Our family has caught something snotty

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    Bout ten. Up about 4 times peeing and getting ice packs . Enjoying it while I can

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    About 6 very broken hours!!! 😔

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    The last time I looked at the clock before sleeping it was almost 6am. I woke up aroun 9:30 today.
    I went to bed early, played UNO with DS and then from about 10:30 onwards I browsed the net until the wee hours, folded some clothes at 4am and finally drifted off.
    I don't know whether this is normal to have some sort of pregnancy related insomnia??

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    I fell asleep putting kids to bed, around 8:30. Then woke up at 11:30 to what sounded like someone breaking in and got back to sleep after 1:30. Then I was woken up at 8:30 this morning by DD telling me "don't wake up, just keep sleeping, I'm letting you sleep in today. MUM can you make me breakfast first??" lol!

    When DD1 was 6 months old, I didn't sleep at all for 2 nights in a row, after months of 20 min sleeps, less than 4 hours all up a day since she was born etc. I was very ill, swooning, seeing black spots everywhere etc. So luckily I was also seeing a GP for her vaccs that day as I got the help I needed!


 

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