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    Thanks, I'm not sure a gro-clock would work with my son, he's very stubborn...
    Didnt work with my two... they trashed two of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Didnt work with my two... they trashed two of them.
    oh no sorry but I gotta laugh

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    At QEC nothing they can do to help my DS arghhhhhh

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    Is qec a sleep school? What is his sleep issue hon?

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    He doesn't sleep anywhere but my arms. But today things have changed he is now settling in the cot with bum patting! It's a massive difference. I'm here for 3yr old too though. She doesn't sleep either.


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    And yes it's a sleep school in Melbourne


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    Ds2 is being a little ****!
    Had me up every half hour for most of last night and had decided I'm not allowed to leave the room tonight.
    He was doing so well a week ago. Started to make real moves toward self settling.
    What happened!!!

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    Maybe just testing you before he continues to self settle? Has it continued since the other day?

    I am at the end of my rope with Dd. Been a bad sleeper for months and went to sleep school over new years, which worked a treat. Two weeks later she hit a wonder week and never recovered. She wakes 1-2 hourly at night. 3 if I am very lucky. Wants breastfeeds each time or screams. I am fed up of being sucked on all night!!!! She's nearly 7 months old, wondering whether to move to her own room now and start the stuff I learned at sleep school again. But know she'll kick up a massive fuss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Maybe just testing you before he continues to self settle? Has it continued since the other day?

    I am at the end of my rope with Dd. Been a bad sleeper for months and went to sleep school over new years, which worked a treat. Two weeks later she hit a wonder week and never recovered. She wakes 1-2 hourly at night. 3 if I am very lucky. Wants breastfeeds each time or screams. I am fed up of being sucked on all night!!!! She's nearly 7 months old, wondering whether to move to her own room now and start the stuff I learned at sleep school again. But know she'll kick up a massive fuss
    Sounds exactly like my dd!

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    It's been going on since but tonight looked like is getting back to self settling. Took forever but we will get there.
    He is still yup heaps at night and needs boob every time. If I'm not quick enough it takes forever to get him to sleep again.
    So much easier to co sleep but I like my space.
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