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    Default When did your DD/DS sleep all night?

    DS who is 5 STILL does not sleep all night. Ive finally accepted that she may never sleep all night but its taking me 5 years to accept it! And believe me we've tried it all! DS1 was about 18m . DS2...have to wait and see.

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    DD turns 5 in a couple weeks and she has only just in the last month or so started sleeping through and in her own bed.

    DS1 is 21 months and still wakes for cuddles (we co-sleep).

    DS2 is 4 months and wakes every hour for boob.

    *sigh* it's been a long 5 years!

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    Master 13 weeks slept from 9pm until 6:30 am last night.
    Was amazing- even if I was up at 5.

    He usually wakes between 3-4am.

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    ds 22m old, sleeping through is not happening yet.....

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    15 months I'm hoping she doesn't start waking up again, I'm loving my sleep right now!

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    My 8 month old has just started sleeping through the night. Down at 7-7:30 and awake around 7am. She does wake up during the night (like any adult) but she puts herself back to sleep within a couple of minutes.

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    Ds 2 sometimes sleeps through the night, but more often than not wakes up at least once.
    Dd 5 months has slept through the night between 10-12 hrs since she was about 3 months old

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    My youngest DS is 2yrs3mths and has just started sleeping through. Now that he is toilet trained in the day however he is waking once a night to go to the toilet...its great, but also annoying!

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    DS was around 14 months but not consistently till 18-20 months

    DD is 8 months and no sign of it yet.

    It's the only thing that turns me off having a third. I hate sleep deprivation. Turns me into a b1tch

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    Ds1 was about 12 weeks.

    Ds2 was about 6 months.

    And ds3 was just over a year.


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