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    Default Its 8.30am and my baby is still sleeping

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    Whats the longest your little one has slept?? She was sleeping for 13.5 hours! Usually up 6.30-7

    mummy to gods gift to us

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    The longest is 6 hours, a handful of times. Enjoy it!

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    My DD usually sleeps 15 hrs at least per night! Shes a freak!! Enjoy ur sleep in!!

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    3 hours... in 2 years and 3 months.

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    I say enjoy it!!!

    I remember my DD was only a few weeks old and we were expecting a call re breastfeeding to see how we were going. Call came in on time at 9.30 and I was chatting to lactation consultant when I released I was missing something - my daughter!!! Very quickly told lactation consultant I needed to make sure she was alive (exact words too!!) and ran down the hallway to check. She was snoozing peacefully but for the first time had slept more than 8hrs. I still laugh about it today.

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    11hrs at 7wks old. and it was not be repeated again till 18mths when she did it again.

    normally 10/10.5hrs at 21mths

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    In the begining, no longer than 30min blocks. From 6mths, 10pm-6.30am. From 8mths 7pm-8am! Shes now 15mths and still does a solid 13hrs o/night plus her 2 day naps of 2hrs each. We r lucky but we deserve it!

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    12-15 hours form Mr.2 yo and 9-10 hours from Mr. 4 months

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    I hope you got to put your feet up and enjoyed a nice quiet coffee/tea. What a lovely way to start the day.....


 

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