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    Default Bubs sleeping in their own room = Sleep through early?

    I disagree. Last night dd2 age 7mths woke up- saw us sleeping in the bed and promptly rolled over and went back to sleep. I was watching her in bed as I knew she had woken cos her breathing changed. I think my husbands snores comfort her.

    Dd1 age 29mths ALWAYS has slept fabulously in our room whether on a mattress on the floor or in our bed. Avg sleeper in her room.

    I think humans in general sleep better near other humans.

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    Default Bubs sleeping in their own room = Sleep through early?

    DS started sleeping through by 6 months and he was in our room until 11 months.

    Therefore I cannot claim that sleeping in his own room made a difference.

    It is of course helpful if they aren't disturbed by people being in the room while they sleep, but in DS's case once he is down for the night he is down.

    He slept through a violent storm recently & I was sure it would wake him because it was so loud!

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    DS slept in his own room from birth and was sleeping 12 hours a night (no wake ups) from 11 weeks old. He was never ever left to cry, he was simply happy to goo and gaa himself to sleep. We moved when he was 6 month old and it seems we left sleep at the old house and he went to waking up to 10 times a night.

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    Lincolns mummy - I was reading your post with great jealousy until I got to the last sentence! How awful!

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    Default Bubs sleeping in their own room = Sleep through early?

    Not true for us, DD has been in her own room since birth and has slept more than 4hrs only once in her 11 month life (yawn)

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    My 1st DD slept through from 7 weeks she was in our room till she was 4-5 months.

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    DS slept through from 3 months when we put him in his room.

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    Default Bubs sleeping in their own room = Sleep through early?

    My DD 4 months old today has been sleeping through from about 5 weeks. She goes down about 830pm then wakes about 6am for an hour then back down for 3 hours.
    She has slept in with us since birth and won't go into her room until she outgrows the bassinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    My DS slept through from 6 weeks. When he went into his own room around age 1, he started waking again. We then bed shared with him and found that whilst he still stirred he went to back quicker and sooner than he did in his own bed, even in the same room.

    My DD has rarely slept through regardless of where she sleeps.

    Generally I find formula fed babies are more likely to sleep through as they go often go longer cycles without food as formula takes longer to digest... making them less hungry.
    This. DS slep through from an early age probably because he was FF, it stopped making a difference around the 7/8 month mark though. He sleeps well now (with me) at age 3.

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    Default Bubs sleeping in their own room = Sleep through early?

    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post

    Generally I find formula fed babies are more likely to sleep through as they go often go longer cycles without food as formula takes longer to digest... making them less hungry.
    My bub, a great sleeper from a young age was purely boobie fed, never had formula. Perhaps it helped that he was a big baby.


 

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