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    Glad to hear it, literallynoone

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    I mean, glad to hear it was a phase, not that sleep school cancelled or that he needs more tests

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    Lol that's ok I understood

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    My DD sleep has just gotten worse and worse, if she keeps this pattern up in 6months she won't even be sleeping at all.

    Newborn - would sleep 4-5hrs first up a night then wake every 2-3hrs (Muma thinks OMG I have hit the jackpot, things only get better right)

    3 -12 weeks - Some good nights but some bad ones as well (Muma thinks, well this is what having a baby is all about you cant expect too much she is only little still)

    3- 4.5/5 months - Wakes 2-3 hrly.... So tired I learn to sleep while I feed (put bub on boob, doze off, wake.... oops has it really been 1.5hrs)

    4.5/5 - now (6.5mths) - Wakes every 40min to 1.5hrs often taking 1-3 hrs to get down at bed time. Can resettle without boob but once you put back down wakes up within 10min, by the third time I give in and boob her so I can at least res and sometimes sleep.

    I am trying to be patient and ride it out as I know it wont last forever but ARGH!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inner hippy View Post
    My DD sleep has just gotten worse and worse, if she keeps this pattern up in 6months she won't even be sleeping at all.

    Newborn - would sleep 4-5hrs first up a night then wake every 2-3hrs (Muma thinks OMG I have hit the jackpot, things only get better right)

    3 -12 weeks - Some good nights but some bad ones as well (Muma thinks, well this is what having a baby is all about you cant expect too much she is only little still)

    3- 4.5/5 months - Wakes 2-3 hrly.... So tired I learn to sleep while I feed (put bub on boob, doze off, wake.... oops has it really been 1.5hrs)

    4.5/5 - now (6.5mths) - Wakes every 40min to 1.5hrs often taking 1-3 hrs to get down at bed time. Can resettle without boob but once you put back down wakes up within 10min, by the third time I give in and boob her so I can at least res and sometimes sleep.

    I am trying to be patient and ride it out as I know it wont last forever but ARGH!!!!!
    Sounds like my DD! I also thought we had it made when she was newborn as was a lot more settled than my son. Then it all changed, lol. I can totally relate to falling asleep while feeding and waking up later on being shocked at the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummytomy2boys View Post
    sorry for not replying, Im a single mum , trying hard to get them into routine, ds1 is often up til midnight and as a result wakes ds2 and ds2 never sleeps longer than 3 hours at a time
    That's rough hun, it's so frustrating when one wakes the other up! Happens to us too. How old is your DS1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummytomy2boys View Post
    he's four so old enough to know better but he's such a loud little boy that he wakes ds2 up alot, he has two volumes whisper or yell.

    I had his hearing checked and he has perfect hearing, his day carer says he needs it done again
    Does he still nap during the day and could that be causing him to stay up so late at night? Sorry, I'm going off topic but I really feel for you having no down time in the evening if he's up so late xx

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    Aghhh DD 2.5 has regressed so badly with her sleep the last couple of weeks, she is waking at 2 or 3 every morning for an hour or two, then she goes back to sleep but I either can't or don't, so my days ( work days) are starting at 2 or 3 in the morning, even my driving is starting to be affected and I just feel so tired and run down. I'm just feeling really sorry for myself (sounds pitiful)

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    Not pitiful at all! Sleep dep is cruel and it does weird, weird things to people!
    Hopefully your dd is just going through a stage and you can get some decent sleep soon!

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    Thanks Noms I know you get it, two and a half years in and there just doesn't seem light at the end of the tunnel with it, at least she is cheerful this morning, that's a plus


 

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