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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
    If you've hade enough I think it's definitely worth trying the stuff you learned again. My DS is now sleeping in cot and self settling it started happening on the 3rd off home tomorrow. Hugely recommend QEC in noble park Victoria. I travelled 8 hrs to get here but it's been worth it.


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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
    Both my girls were like that 6-10mths. Dd1 tho woke hourly and dd2 2hrly. They did grow out of it themselves and are pretty phenomenal sleepy babies now.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Both my girls were like that 6-10mths. Dd1 tho woke hourly and dd2 2hrly. They did grow out of it themselves and are pretty phenomenal sleepy babies now.

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    Thank you, I needed to hear that! I only want to use gentle methods with her, figure that if she needs me she should have me, but getting a bit over it! I also like my space when I sleep, as pp said, and a couple hours co sleeping leaves me sore and stiff from the way I have to sleep! Sleep school worked so well but suddenly she wasn't having a bar of it anymore!

    I am hesitant to put her in her own room, next door feels so far away! But may give it a shot after we return from holiday next weekend and see how she goes. She is very much a mummy's girl and won't settle for anyone else, I can't even go see a movie with my.mum tonight as need to be here when she wakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Sounds exactly like my dd!
    They sure know how to test us, hey?!?

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    Sorry to say this thread has made me feel so much better. I am sorry so many of you have the same issue we have at our house but it's so nice to know I'm not alone. IRL people make out that they cope so well even if their kids don't sleep and some days I think what is wrong with me that I'm not functioning as well?!

    DD1 was a great sleeper untill she Went into a bed and now every night is a battle to get her to bed and to stay there. We now have a mattress on the floor in our room and have trained her to come in and get in that bed if she wakes up. Some nights she comes in and throws epic tantrums and is inconsolable. Usually over stupid stuff like- no it's not morning time yet or no you cannot play with dad's phone

    DD2 is 10 months. Crap sleep always so at least there was no illusion with her. She wakes at least 3 times a night. Feeds to sleep cause it's the only way she will sleep. In saying that poor DH is currently out driving around with her because nothing else has worked tonight!!!

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    It's 0300hrs and you are still awake.... I'm so exhausted but not as exhausted as you.... Why won't you sleep?

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    Seriously. I am so sick of being tag teamed by a 9 month old and a 3.5yr old. I am so tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Seriously. I am so sick of being tag teamed by a 9 month old and a 3.5yr old. I am so tired.

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    Do they wake each other up?
    Mine were doing that, so frustrating is it.
    I ended up getting DH to sleep downstairs in the toy room with DD (furthest room from DS's) for a few nights whilst I tried to fix his sleep. Everyone sleep has improved since. Could you try something like that perhaps?

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    Unfortunately its not from them waking each other up, dS3 has been sick for the last 2 months basically non stop, so his sleeping is shocking and DS2 has never really slept through he gets scared no matter what we do so he wakes 3-4 times a night every night. I am just exhausted.

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    Urgh you poor thing. Hope you get a break from it soon x


 

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