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    It's good to know I'm not the only one whose child doesn't sleep. For a while it was awful, and then it improved to only maybe twice a night. She still gets up at a sparrows fart regardless. Oh except when I have to go to work and be up super early. On those days she has a sleep in. :rollseyes:

    Lucky she's so damn cute or I'd be getting a refund.

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    DS is 26 months and still not sleeping. I'm tired, grumpy and over it this morning. I never get to spend any time with DH in bed these days and we're feeling the strain. Aaaaaaargh!

    There, that feels better to get it out.

    I don't hate, but extreme jealousy perhaps. No wait, I do hate myself sometimes that I haven't managed to 'fix' our sleep issues yet.

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    I'm jealous too. DS has slept for 12 hours once in his 13 months and I just keep waiting for it to happen again.
    Here's hoping this next bubba is going to be good sleeper.

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    7-7 with a dreamfeed at 10pm... 'Save our Sleep' has saved my sleep...
    (I know there are a lot of haters out there just saying it's worked for me).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    DS is 26 months and still not sleeping. I'm tired, grumpy and over it this morning. I never get to spend any time with DH in bed these days and we're feeling the strain. Aaaaaaargh!

    There, that feels better to get it out.

    I don't hate, but extreme jealousy perhaps. No wait, I do hate myself sometimes that I haven't managed to 'fix' our sleep issues yet.
    Aw miss muppet, I don't think you can 'fix' them as such. Unless he's waking for a reason that you haven't addressed eg hungry, cold etc. I bet you've tried everything so don't beat yourself up (easier said than done when you're tired all the time though). Hands on settling and a routine and baby massage gave helped me be able to get dd sleeping better but she still wakes. So much easier to put down though- no fighting!

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    All the baby mummas whose babies sleep through have no place in this thread! Leave! Go on! Get out now!!!!! Lol just teasing

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    Same here to! My dd is 3yrs old and still wakes constantly through the night aand gets up at 5:30-6 in the morn!! Arghhhh

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    I am just starting my sixth trip down the no sleep road, since my 5 others didn't sleep through until they were well over 2 yrs old, I won't hold my breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbygirl View Post
    Same here to! My dd is 3yrs old and still wakes constantly through the night aand gets up at 5:30-6 in the morn!! Arghhhh
    My almost 5yr old is the same.

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    4 years here without a proper nights' sleep.


 

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