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    Dd hasn't had a nap in her cot by herself for two days now. She is either beside me in bed or in my arms. I need space! ( not to mention I can't even go 2 steps away from her without her being upset!)
    Tonight she is waking in her cot every 15 minutes or so. I have a few theories:

    - wonder week / growth spurt
    - separation anxiety
    - teething
    - or I have created an attached baby on a whole new plane.

    I want to spend a whole night in my own bed, not crawl into her bed (kept a double bed in her room thinking it would make life easier, turns out its made it harder because she expects me to sleep with her!) every single night and spend half the night with her. I want to sleep beside my df for a whole night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Dd hasn't had a nap in her cot by herself for two days now. She is either beside me in bed or in my arms. I need space! ( not to mention I can't even go 2 steps away from her without her being upset!)
    Tonight she is waking in her cot every 15 minutes or so. I have a few theories:

    - wonder week / growth spurt
    - separation anxiety
    - teething
    - or I have created an attached baby on a whole new plane.

    I want to spend a whole night in my own bed, not crawl into her bed (kept a double bed in her room thinking it would make life easier, turns out its made it harder because she expects me to sleep with her!) every single night and spend half the night with her. I want to sleep beside my df for a whole night!
    My dd now 3 yrs has been in our bed since she was 18 months!! I'm going insane that's how long it's been since I've slept with my DPs arms around me :-( and she is so awkward she kicks and punches and moves all night!

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    Ok I am really running out of patience. DD wakes so often during the night I only just drift back off to sleep and she wakes up again wondering where I am. Bad separation anxiety it seems. Co sleeping doesn't help that much and is so uncomfortable. Not sure how much longer I can continue to do this. She's been a terrible sleeper for most of her 7 months and I feel it'll never end!!!

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    I had 5 blissful nights of DS sleeping through then bam up ever 30-60 mins from 10.30pm onwards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Ok I am really running out of patience. DD wakes so often during the night I only just drift back off to sleep and she wakes up again wondering where I am. Bad separation anxiety it seems. Co sleeping doesn't help that much and is so uncomfortable. Not sure how much longer I can continue to do this. She's been a terrible sleeper for most of her 7 months and I feel it'll never end!!!
    Both my kids were shocking with their sleep 6-12mths. Both up every 45-60min ALL night.

    They did improve dramatically after. This time will end.

    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 kids were shocking with their sleep 6-12mths. Both up every 45-60min ALL night.

    They did improve dramatically after. This time will end.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    Thank you. I certainly hope so! Feel like there's something I SHOULD be doing to help fix it, but don't know what it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    I had 5 blissful nights of DS sleeping through then bam up ever 30-60 mins from 10.30pm onwards!
    Oh no! So frustrating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Both my kids were shocking with their sleep 6-12mths. Both up every 45-60min ALL night.

    They did improve dramatically after. This time will end.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    You have given me hope, dd has just turned one. She was an amazing sleeper up until 4 months, then yes by 6months began waking multiple times a night. She doesn't like co sleeping and thrashes about and constantly wakes possibly a good thing as ds 3 will still come into our bed in the night. She wakes screaming each time for the breast I have started to offer water first so now she will only bf twice a night. It has started to effect my mood through the day too. Here's hoping for a. Change soon!!!

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    Sometimes I get so desperate in my sleep deprived haze that I literally pray for my son to sleep through, and I can't say My prayer was answered the way I wished it might be, but I did find you guys and maybe for now that's all I need

    A refreshing change from the smug,self satisfied people with their perfect sleepers, judgement & unsolicited advice that this exhausted mumma is usually subjected to. I would try anything, with the exclusion of not attending to my babe at night or leaving him to cry, and none of it has done ship!

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    Oh yes I know the feeling. Friends with one baby that was great from the start all telling me what to do with my DS. I'm like you do realise I have 4 children 3 of which slept through from 6-8 weeks! It's only my last baby that has been the terrible sleeper also the only one that's had silent reflux. It's like being a first time mum all over again having a reflux baby is sooooooo different!


 

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