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    I was worried about the same thing when we moved house, but in the dead of the night, I can hear them calling me.
    I'm not sure what I'd do if I couldn't hear them, coz DD1 is way too scared to get out of bed in the dark without me there. DD2 never wakes up, but I'd say she would eventually get out of bed and come to me if I couldn't hear her.

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    My DD is right across the hall, so easily heard. In two weeks we'll be moving to a new place, and the bedrooms are far apart. DD is almost 4 and I've just bought our first baby monitor

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    we've lived n several different houses but at present there's our room then the bathroom then the laundry then dds room then ds room and I shut my door and leave it cracked and right from birth til now I hear every single peep. It actually amazes people how easily I hear my kids even over lots of noise.... what can I say must just be a frequency embedded in my brain lol

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    definitely this^^^

    the number of times i have woken at night and within 2mins DD2 has woken up....i swear we have some sort of ESP connection!

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    We can't hear DS1 unless he's hysterical. He's almost 3 and we still use a monitor. He knows he can just get up and come to our room and he often does, but he has bad dreams a lot and often wakes crying and half asleep and in those instances he just lies there and cries until he's hysterical. On the rare occasion we forget to switch the monitor on, sometimes I've woken to him screaming which is just awful. DS2 is in our room until this weekend when he'll he going into DS1 rooms so we can rely on the same monitor.

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    I can't hear either child from my room as I'm a deep sleeper. I have 2 monitors on my bedside table (one for DS almost 2 and one for nearly 4 DD). DD has a torch next to her bed so she can take herself to the toilet or come down to our room. Most times she goes by herself but she goes through phases of wanting me to go with her.

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