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    Op i think you'll find sleep regression is common around hte 4 month mark? Hopefully it's just a phase and bub is back to previous soon.

    My 1st was prob 18months, even now at 3 we get wake ups and go through really rough patches.

    number 2 is only a new-y still... so a few wake ups here but that's to be expected

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    After reading a few post I just thought I should clarify I am in no way complaining about bub waking once during the night again I am so lucky to get as much rest as I'm getting!!
    I was just curious about others
    I know I'm a lucky mumma

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    DD was 11 weeks
    DS was 15 weeks
    My sleeping through means bed at 7.30pm till 7-7.30am.
    They both only ever woke once for a feed through the night until this.
    Never done the dreamfeed.
    We have been blessed with great sleepers!

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    DD1 slept through from a month old
    DD2 is 4 next month and still wakes once or twice a week
    The twins are 14 months and just starting to sleep through sometimes

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    DS was eight months old and I did a sleep training program with him. He slept through after a couple of weeks and has pretty much done 12hrs a night since then.

    But DD on the other hand... she is ten months old now. Slept brilliantly as a newbie, 6-7hrs at a time sometimes. Similar to your LO, she started waking up more during the night at around four months. Last night she was awake five times! Crazy!

    She has been unwell for a couple of weeks tho, so I don't mind feeding her during the night (I think she has a sore throat). She is also a bit on the small side, and still BF, where DS was huge for his age and drinking gallons of formula by this age.

    They are all different, I'll be happy if we can cut down to one feed per night by 12mths.


 

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