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    My 5 month old goes down at 6 every night sometimes she wakes about 5-5:30 for a feed then will go back to sleep for another 2 hours
    But on the other hand my 19 month old ds still wakes during the night and usually ends up sleeping in our bed!! He was sleeping through but has suddenly stopped!
    My older girls were about 2 before they slept through!

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    Jemma, can we swap, my 5month old wakes houly. Ever.single.hour.

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    Bedtime is always at 7 pm. Has been from day one.
    We were rigid like this too. It wasn't until we started being flexible with that Junior would sleep through. Babies can't tell the time and sometimes 7pm was too early for him.

    An hour before we turn the tv off, cuddle and gently ease him into bed. Seems to work for us.

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    Hey there, my DS is 6months old & he doesn't sleep through the night!. He goes 2 sleep @ 6-6.30pm & wakes @ 12.45am, 4-4.30am then @ 6am!.. I am hoping he start sleeping through soon!.. ;o)

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    My DD is 6.5 mths and has slept through a handful of times.. Last night she woke 5 times. Every baby is different, don't worry too much

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    Can't even remember when DS slept though but I know he was still waking at about 4am for a feed at 6 months. Still woke for a 5:30am feed until 13 months but blessedly would go back to sleep until 7am.DD - never slept through until she was 2 years old. Is much better now (she's 3) but can still throw in some random dodgy nights. At your bubs age she was waking up all over the place during the night. It's so hard not to listen to the "my kid slept through from day one" type comments but I'm hoping after reading all of these posts you will feel comforted that there are so many parents out there up in the night to babies and kids of all ages.

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    sounds normal to me.
    my dd DID sleep through early on, but with things like teething she was up hourly, and at 2 still ends up in between us in bed, a few times a week(though i dont wake)

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    sounds normal to me.
    my dd DID sleep through early on, but with things like teething she was up hourly, and at 2 still ends up in between us in bed, a few times a week(though i dont wake)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    No, you're not alone! My DD slept through occasionally as a newborn (medical definition of sleeping through that is), but regressed after 4 months and is only now improving as she approaches 10 months. Last night she slept from 7:15 to 11:00, then 11:20 to 6:00 and is still asleep at nearly 9am (in my bed from 6am )
    I am with you on this. My daughter regressed at 3.5months and it has been hell ever since. She is now 7 months old. If I can have a block of two hours I consider it a good night. I live in hope

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    I am so with you on this - god bless you sister!


 

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