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    From the first week, crazy!! But I didn't like him not eating when he was that young so I used to sneak into his room and attach him for a feed without waking him. I did that aprox twice a night, and cut it to once a little later..

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    6 weeks!

    Hoping Number 2 will be just as good.

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    My first ds was a pretty good sleeper from day dot and slept through well before he was 6mths old and he's 4yrs old now and a super sleeper. But ds2 was 9mths and still not sleeping through waking 3 times a night so I followed the sleep sense program and within a few nights he was sleeping through and continues to do so! It's awesome having great sleepers

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    If sleeping through means sleeping from night until a decent hour of the morning, he was four YEARS

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    My first was 3wks, I changed from boob to bottle as I had PTS. My second is 3 and has been sleeping without needing us since around 21mths and my 9mth old is permanently attached to my boob throughout the night and we both sleep straight through that. :-D


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    8 weeks once i introduced a bed time routine

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    DD1 - From 13 months she has been sleeping 12-13 hours straight at night (unless sick or having a nightmare), bless her.
    DD2 - still waiting, she is 2. The best she will do is about 7 hours straight but she always wakes at night, sometimes several times

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    From 11 weeks she started sleeping 12 hours. We followed a gentle sleep/feeding routine (no cry-it-out methods).

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    DS is 8 months and still no sign. I cant remember the last time I had a decent sleep. He was doing well only waking between 4-5am but now wakes at 2.30 and 3-4 ish. Last night was every hour after 11.30 :-(


 

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