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    I take my toddler (and newbie) for a morning walk everyday that ends at 7am. That way if dd1 who is 2 wakes up between 5-6am needs the extra sleep usually drifts off and newbie (3mths) stays asleep as well. So as soon as dd1 wakes, they both get bundled into the pram and we are off!

    Im getting lots of exercise! And that way their day begins well. Ive started to walk to a park and have a picnic breakfast there every second or third day.

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    ok,
    im not the only one who is an early riser between 4 and 5am!!! So exhausting as my oldest DS still sleeps 12 hrs at least and will get up around 7/7.30...

    Only thing is we bring him into our bed and he is soooo happy giving us hugs and chatting away, you cant help but laugh in a sleep deprieved way. Ive given up trying to get him to sleep past that time just go with the flow and DH and I just enjoy the morning cuddles... (we also make sure we go to bed a bit earler )

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    DD who has just turned 15 months started doing the same about a month ago and we're not enjoying it. I'm almost 6 months pregnant with DS so this is just the icing on the cake at the moment! She'll go back to bed with a bottle but really don't want to get her in the routine of night feeds again. Molars are coming through, she's started walking 2 weeks ago and it's gotten really cold overnight in tassie lately so think it's a combination of everything. Hoping it sorts itself out before bub arrives!

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    I heard the average age for going down to one nap a day is 15 months. Maybe your bub is having too much day sleep??
    Also, is he cold when he gets up? I think around 4am is the coldest time of the night.


 

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