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    Thought I'd jump in as I'm having a rough day.

    Up every hour with my 8 week old last night and she just won't stay asleep today. Falls asleep fine while being rocked/cuddled but as soon as I put her in the bassinet - BAM - eyes pop open and she starts wiggling until she is wide awake.

    I'm sooo tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbish View Post
    Thought I'd jump in as I'm having a rough day.

    Up every hour with my 8 week old last night and she just won't stay asleep today. Falls asleep fine while being rocked/cuddled but as soon as I put her in the bassinet - BAM - eyes pop open and she starts wiggling until she is wide awake.

    I'm sooo tired.
    I was the same over night with my 6 monther.
    Today she has had a half an hour nap and that is all.
    I'm so very over it too!

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    Ok so this is my first time posting on here as I don't want to admit we have yet another baby that never sleeps at night. I am so over it.

    She's 9 months old now and it's the pits. She does the same thing DD2 used to do at the age, which is basically be awake for around 3 hours overnight every night. She wakes for a feed and won't go back to sleep. Doesn't matter whether it's 9pm, 1 am or 4am. I am soooooooo sick of it.

    I am so tired and grumpy. I bring her into bed with me but she just cries. She just won't go back to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Ok so this is my first time posting on here as I don't want to admit we have yet another baby that never sleeps at night. I am so over it.

    She's 9 months old now and it's the pits. She does the same thing DD2 used to do at the age, which is basically be awake for around 3 hours overnight every night. She wakes for a feed and won't go back to sleep. Doesn't matter whether it's 9pm, 1 am or 4am. I am soooooooo sick of it.

    I am so tired and grumpy. I bring her into bed with me but she just cries. She just won't go back to sleep.
    On one really bad night I plugged in my ear plugs and climbed into the cot with dd2. I dozed/slept whilst she either whinged or cried. Eventually she went to sleep on my lap.

    That was the best I could do. She was fed, clean, warm and I was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    On one really bad night I plugged in my ear plugs and climbed into the cot with dd2. I dozed/slept whilst she either whinged or cried. Eventually she went to sleep on my lap.

    That was the best I could do. She was fed, clean, warm and I was there.

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    I did that with dd1a couple times too. You gotta do what you gotta do!

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    Thanks. I know we just have to get through this and I have a comfy rocking chair I sit with her and doze in while she talks and points at everything. Sleep training isn't an option as I won't let her cry and anyway we have 3 other kids she wakes.

    It's ok once I'm up but geez the mornings are tough getting everyone fed and to school and dealing with a 3 year old and an anxious 5 year old.

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    My ds is 18 months and still a ****e sleeper. I too have given up being honest when asked about it. And I agree - advice from the childless, however well meaning, makes me want to throat punch them! If I hear "you've just got to get him to sleep" one more time I'll puke on that person!

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    Big hugs to everyone who's posted in the last day or so. Xxx

    There also seem to be a lot of 9 monthers in the same boat as my DD!! Who has decided not to have much of an afternoon nap today as is currently standing up pushing her pram around the bedroom while I lay here on my phone on bh. Lol.

    I hope we all get some frigging sleep soon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Big hugs to everyone who's posted in the last day or so. Xxx

    There also seem to be a lot of 9 monthers in the same boat as my DD!! Who has decided not to have much of an afternoon nap today as is currently standing up pushing her pram around the bedroom while I lay here on my phone on bh. Lol.

    I hope we all get some frigging sleep soon!!!
    Hey, clever girl!

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    Yeah, she's walking whilst holding on and letting go when standing still too early for my liking!!! Stay a baby!! Oh, wait...don't because then you might sleep! Lol

    Putting her to bed early after her nap shenanigans this afternoon. Let's see how that pans out!

    Good night vibes to you all :thumbup:


 

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