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    Sound asleep on my shoulder put her in her cot- awake. This is bullship.

    I'm sick of sleeping with my daughter and not my fiancé!

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    Tired. DS2 is a bad sleeper, but it's not just him, if I could sleep when he did I'd probably be ok, but I just. don't. sleep. At all. I seriously can't explain it. How is it that I'm even still alive? I haven't slept in 12 months. Obviously I drift off for brief moments, enough to keep my body going, but it's like a daydream type sleep, not real sleep, and it's only for mere minutes at a time. No real sleep at all, in a year.
    It's like I feel like there's no point in trying to persue sleep since I know I'll have to get up to Ben 4-6 times through the night anyway, but seriously, I HAVE to sleep right? it's just not normal.

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    I feel your pain mummies!
    16 months of hourly wake ups. I'm over it. I'm a zombie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I feel your pain mummies!
    16 months of hourly wake ups. I'm over it. I'm a zombie!

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    16 months!! Seriously, every night? Hun that's not right you need to see if there's an underlying reason for that if you haven't already. Or get a sleep school referral (again if you haven't already tried it!). We all have our bad weeks/months but that's too much for you. Hugs xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I feel your pain mummies!
    16 months of hourly wake ups. I'm over it. I'm a zombie!

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    That was my life with my twins until I might weaned them around 19 months. Not advocating that for you, it was just when mine finally starts to sleep through. And it looks as though dd is determined to follow in their footsteps if not be worse!
    I'm very tired today- you know that ache type feeling behind your eyes when you're super tired? Yep, me today. Df is on his day between two night shifts so in trying to stay out of the house as much as possible but it's hard!
    Currently on the big w car park because I want to go in but dd is sleeping an I am in no way waking that girl up!!

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    If I say it too loudly I'm scared that ill jinx it, so ill jut whisper to the understanding ladies in here.
    I have finally been able to put dd down in her cot and pat, shush and sing her to sleep for 5 nights in a row now, and she doesn't get upset at all. She is just accepting of it. And when she tries to stab I just tell her to lay down and she does!
    I'm sure you'll all understand how big a deal this is for me, and what a huge improvement! Next I'm trying to prolong time between wakings and in trying to stick to the rule of no bed sharing before midnight. Hopefully it all slowly improves!

    I had a friend tell me today after not seeing us since early April that dd seems more relaxed and less stuck to me- I think it has a lot to do with her mastering crawling, so hopefully by the time she is walking she will have chilled a bit more and this effects her sleep too!

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    Stab= stand. Thanks iphone

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    Nomsie that's great for you! Well done!

    In getting little improvement at the moment. If I have music on all night then we get 2 hours between wake ups but if the Music stops he wakes up screaming.


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    Mr 4 months is currently waking up to 5 times an hour all night and getting up at 5.30am any tips or ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Mr 4 months is currently waking up to 5 times an hour all night and getting up at 5.30am any tips or ideas?
    4 mth sleep regression. It does pass.

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