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    No where near enough sleep, I'm already feeling uncomfortable and irritable. Not sure how long really but was awake far too many times.

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    I went to bed about 930, woken at 1030, 130, 3, 5 by dd, then ds got up at 630, so 9 hours very broken sleep. I feel awesome

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    Went to bed at midnight and got up at 9.30.

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    About 8.5

    Went to sleep at 10, DS woke at 5. Then DH got up with him at 6 and I slept 6.30-8am.

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    About 8 hours. My child is nearly 7 though... lol. There's no getting up to her unless she's really sick.

    I personally find I am best if I have 9-10 hours a night. Any less and I'm tired all day, any more and I'm tired all day. lol.

    My worst was about 2 hours. That wasn't even being the parent of a newborn either, that was only earlier this year. I just couldn't sleep.

    I always slept when DD was a newborn... if she was awake, I was awake, but if she was sleeping, so did I. It meant I might not get full night's sleep, but I napped more than enough to get enough sleep overall.

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    About 7.5hours interspersed with telling dh to stop snoring, getting up to pee 3 times, letting the cat in and a 4yo visitor who set up camp in the middle claiming to have had a bad dream.

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    My children dont believe in naps

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    6 hours.. Thats the norm and I'm used to it :-) sometimes 8 hours if I go to bed at 9pm

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    About three hours... or 7 hours of very broken sleep, my two year old and my 15 month old both don't sleep through!

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    I got about 9, it was my day for a sleep in!! Ds slept for 12.5 hrs. Pure bliss......


 

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