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    I have 17mth old twins.....DS only very recently but its not consistent and wakes at about 5am. DD....never, doesn't even look close to sleep through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCT View Post
    Lucky you! Please share your secret hehe!
    No secret, just blessed with 2 excellent sleepers. They more then make up for it with there extreme amounts of energy during the day

    Hopefully this little boy follows his big brothers steps

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    My son was 15 months

    For those of you with non-sleepers, I feel your pain! Hang in there: it's over before you know it.

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    Um...by themselves in their own space? DS1 only just does it consistently now and he is 5 in September. DS2 has..3 times he is 4 in November. When we co-slept (on the same sleep surface) with them in bed with us they slept though just fine but since we have been trying transition them it has turned to poo. Actually DS1 slept through in his cot from 6 months-18months after he was sleep trained

    DD has slept through from 3 days old, again on the same sleep surface

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    DS first slept through at 8 weeks - 6-6. But he doesn't do it consistently or even often and currently he's at two wake ups a night (8 months).

    I read in the paper on Sunday that the vast majority of children are sleeping through by the time they start school .

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    They were both 2 years and 4 months, it surprised me when I worked out they were the exact same age when the sleep came good! (they were born 20 months apart)

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    DD was 8 weeks (8pm-7am)
    DS was 6 weeks (7-7). Im sorry to brag but from the FIRST day we got him home (2 days old) he only ever woke up ONCE a night.

    Both had dream feeds at around 10pm which got them through.

    I no im very lucky but i remember when DS had croup he woke about every 2 hours for a coule of nights...i thought i was gona die fomr sleep deprivation...I take my hat off to ANYONE who has a tough time through the night for a long time!!! I would seriously have gone NUTS!!!

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    My DD started sleeping through at approx 3 months. I don't think its anything we did though. She was BF on demand until a few weeks ago and we have never done any kind of sleep training as I don't think I could ever leave her to cry. I think she just likes her sleep.

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    Still doesn't. We used to get a 5 or 6 hour sleep starting in early evening and waking for a feed around 11 or 12, but now he's waking every 2 hours He's 4 months old.

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    ds was 6 months when he started sleeping 13 hours solidly. the only time he wakes is of he's sick. he's now 16 months and we have never looked back. we started a pretty rigid routine st 6 months which we have stuck to and just slightly adapted to suit as he got older

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