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    Please don't hate me, my awesome sleeper comes with a host of other challenges, and I still don't sleep much!

    The trick? Notrick, purely luck of the draw.

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    I don't hate them - I just stick my fingers in my ears going 'la la la la la...'

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    I don't hate them, I'm a bit jealous BUT after trying it with my 6yr old DD when she was a wee babe, I'll NEVER sleep train again. She and DS1 go to sleep in their own bed/our bed if needs be and then are shifted back to their own - DD generally stays in her bed all night. DS2 is six months old (4 months corrected) and he slept from 9.30-5am last night

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    I dont hate them... I just get angry when someone who knows what hell I go through with my sons lack of sleep, then complains that they had to get up at 6am after their child sleeping 12 hours straight or that they are soooooooo tired because their child woke up once- try getting up on average 4-6 times a night for 4 years THEN tell me your sooooo tired.

    4-5 hours broken sleep is an AWESOME night here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    I've wished a restless sleeper on a hubber before :P I'm evil.
    Me too, and I even had one that did sleep. People who make comments like no babyof theirs will be a non-sleeper, or their baby will be taught to sleep, or who criticise parents of non-sleepers really get to me. I have wished a non-sleeper on those people. Purely as much of a chance as winning on a scratchie. Also, babies who prefer less sleep (even if they need more) are still good babies.

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    What's annoying for me is that dd was a good sleeper but has gone downhill in the past month and is only getting worse!!

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    I'm jealous of them, I got a taste of it for a couple of months DS slept for 8 hours at night from 6 weeks until 4 months, now he's always figiting and moving and rolling and cant get himself back to sleep without a dummy or a bottle or a comfort frim me. We co-sleep so I am awake every time he figits or moves or stretches which is all the time. He sleeps better once DH goes to work and that's when I get my sleep but now I'm going to look after a friends bub when she goes back to work which means I won't be able to get that sleep once DH leaves coz I'll have another bub arriving soon after that. so I don't know what happened but it's worse now coz I knew what it was like to get that good block of sleep. So I'm jealous and want the sleep back again.

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    Hate me, go on hate me.... Cos guess what!

    We got a FULL nights sleep.... OH MY GOD!!!!

    7.30 to 7.30, only one little grizzle but he self settled, gee I could get used to this!!!! I know it's only one night in 22 months, but is it too early to start saying my baby sleeps through lol!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzlestick View Post
    Hate me, go on hate me.... Cos guess what!

    We got a FULL nights sleep.... OH MY GOD!!!!

    7.30 to 7.30, only one little grizzle but he self settled, gee I could get used to this!!!! I know it's only one night in 22 months, but is it too early to start saying my baby sleeps through lol!!!
    Don't jinx yourself!!! :-)

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    With DS1 I had sleepless nights for 2yrs. Some nights I got up to him 6-7 times.
    Ds2 seems to sleep 'through' or at least sleeps longer then 4-5hrs and I am just glad, and I hope it continues.
    I am just glad, I think I got a sleeper this time.


 

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