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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Dd averages 60-90 minutes of day nap time for the whole day. Could be 2 or 3 catnaps. Drives me batty lol!

    I figure what is the point in fighting to change it right now though? She is snack bang in the middle of the separation anxiety phase and until she has learned that I will always come back trying to improve her sleep habits would be akin to pushing poo uphill.

    And, thrush be told.. I am actually used to her being my 24/7 buddy, and those few precious moments I have without her are beginning to feel weird. How sad is that?!
    I agree. No point trying to change it when they're in that stage. We are exactly the same with separation anxiety. And seem to be wonder weeking at the moment too. She's having naps in her pram as can't get her down any other way, messing around with feeding to sleep, and super cranky in afternoons/evenings and meal times. It's driving me potty!!! She screams if I go away, but also if I hold her. WTF?!?! Very hard to please this week. Hope it ends soon!

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    @Bond Girl ooh wonder weeks are hard! I hope she improves for you- even just being happy when you hold her would be a huge bonus!

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    So... I haven't slept more than 3 hours of broken sleep a night for the past 11 months. Rarely more than 40mins in a row. Often no more than an hour total.

    Been doing fine with it, hasn't really been bothering me.

    Back at work now 3 days per week and trying to get to the gym daily too, and it's really starting to catch up. I can't stop eating junk because it's the sugar and caffeine that get me through the day. YAWN.

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    No more than three hours total per night? How are you even going to work?!?? I would be in tears all the time. I am bad on the amount I get and it's more than you. Huge hugs!!!

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    DD rolled over and slept on her tummy about 4 and she is still down now! I don't want to get too excited but this is the longest she's slept for early morning. Could this be it or is it a one off fluke haha

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    It could be! Some babies sleep better and deeper on their tummies!

    My dd was trying to practice crawling in her sleep all night last night.

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    So I've just put her down on her tummy she didn't even protest! We shall see ladies.. Fingers crossed.

    She is teething on the bottom so a bit sooky the poor poppet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post

    My dd was trying to practice crawling in her sleep all night last night.
    Video moment!

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    Even better tonight. Trying to let her settle in the cot, kept on standing. We got to 11- every time I would pick her up, give her a quick hug and lay her down. Poor thing was so exhausted she couldn't stand for number 12, but still put up a good fight of going to sleep in her cot. Just grizzling, and I was patting and singing the whole time.

    I neeeed df to lower the base- might have to do it myself tomorrow


 

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