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    Im still waiting at

    51 months old
    or 221 weeks old
    or 1551 days old
    or 37224 hours old
    or 2233474 minutes old
    or 134008468 seconds old


    (Not that I am counting.....)

    She SWEARS she is going to sleep ALLLLLL NIGHT on her next birthday. (but I heard that for the last birthday.....)

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    About 14 months but he still wakes once maybe 30% of the time.

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    My ds slept through from 15 months, but still woke if sick and often that was for a week or two at a time he would wake at least once, if not 3 or 4 times a night. That was hard. He stopped waking if he was sick (well, reduced it) at around 3.5. He was a terrible sleeper before 15 months.

    My dd slept from midnight til 5am pretty much from 1 week old and slept 10+ hours most nights from the age of 6 weeks until 3.5 months. Then she started waking 4 hourly for feeds ... ironically she'd go longer between day feeds than night feeds! She's now 9.5 months and last week she started sleeping through again - woohoo! She slept through 6 out of 7 nights and on 2 of those nights she slept for 11 hours. Having 3 big meals made a big difference (I'd been slack at offering her breakfast). Avocado at dinner usually equals a good nights sleep for her. I hope it works tonight cause she's woken twice a night for the last 2 nights (grrr!), but I gave her Avocado as part of her dinner and I hope I get a good sleep tonight

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    DS slept 7-8 hours from about 5 weeks. (breastfed). Slept 7-7 (with a dreamfeed at 10) from 3 months. 7-7 without a dreamfeed from 7 months (could probably have cut it earlier).

    We've had the odd patches eg of DS waking at 10pm squealing (quick sip of water and no fuss stopped it becoming a habit) , and a few early risings (heater and changes to day routines eg upping solids fixed that).

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    DS has just turned 2 and still doesn't.... I've gotten used to it

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    DD was 7 weeks. Solid night time routine and persistence. Would go down at 6pm and wake around 6-6:30am. She's now 3 and a half and still has a similar routine.

    Currently up the duff (34 weeks) and hoping to get a similar routine happening when DS arrives. Fingers crossed I'll get another awesome bub like DD was....

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    DS never slept through the night until l stopped breastfeeding him at 18 months.

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    DS1- 12wks
    DS2- is 14mths and still wakes every 2-3hrs, and goes to bed at midnight.

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    DS started to sleep through at 5 months. He's 13 months and is still a good sleeper.

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    DS was sleeping through most nights, from 9pm - 9am by 3 months of age. I have no idea (honestly can't remember, it was that long ago now) what I did to achieve this- he was just a great baby! Hope I'm as lucky with this next one! He was formula fed, maybe that kept him fuller for longer? I've heard that babies who are FF will go longer between feeds? Hmm, planning on breast feeding this one if I don't have the same complications I had with DS feeding, so we'll see if it's true.


 

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