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    OMG yes!

    2 or 3 night wakings would be heaven!!

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    Last 2 nights DS has woken a few times it got worse each night wondering what tonight may hold. Btw this is while he is on paed prescribed phenergan (sorry for bad spelling) he will be on it a month just wondering how they plan for him to react when taken off it whether weaned or not.

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    I caved last night and gave up on 6 months of sleep training.
    Ds2 was up past midnight with no lack of trying.
    So he slept in my bed and I got a good 5 hours.
    I really don't want to co sleep anymore but I'm so tired all the time!

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    I spend so much time complaining about DS bad sleep patterns I always forget how bad DD is she is almost 3 and a half will go to bed at 7pm only to still be awake and calling for me until I got to bed at 10ish then she comes to bed with me wriggles and kicks until she falls asleep around 12ish then she moves ALL NIGHT!!!! I need her back in her own bed I feel like I'm going nutty. Even when I get the rare good night with DS, DD is always right there to give me a good elbow in the back of the head.

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    Been trying to go to bed for ages but as soon as I drift off DD wakes again, only 15 mins after I last got her down. No idea what's up with her tonight. Been in and out of her room so many times.

    Oh and what's super annoying is DH choosing to stay up late every night. He has the choice to sleep, but stays up on the computer or watching TV then moans that he doesn't get to sleep in because I want him to get up early with the kids so I can catch up on lost sleep. Just go to bed and sleep!!! Wish I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I caved last night and gave up on 6 months of sleep training.
    Ds2 was up past midnight with no lack of trying.
    So he slept in my bed and I got a good 5 hours.
    I really don't want to co sleep anymore but I'm so tired all the time!

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    Don't beat yourself up about it. Just do what you need to do to get some sleep. I'll be co sleeping tonight too if she continues waking up so bloody often!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummytomy2boys View Post
    Are you me?
    My ds1 has just woken ds2 again I have so much I'm trying to catch up on as ds2 just screams if I'm not holding him during the day if I'm not near him as he's unwell
    Sounds like me lol DD wakes DS often I can't catch up on sleep I have to hold DS all day he even naps on me during the day but never sleep longer than 40 mins a couple of times a day. He was up more than every hour last night :/

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    My dh also CHOOSES to stay up all night on the computer. Then gets to watch TV until he falls asleep on the couch.
    He told me off this morning because ds1 woke him up at 8 getting dressed for school.
    F you dh! We were late because I was up all bloody night with ds2 and all he did was hide in the garage playing games.

    I'm so F*n tired but no he can't look after ds2 for an hour so I can sleep.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    My dh also CHOOSES to stay up all night on the computer. Then gets to watch TV until he falls asleep on the couch.
    He told me off this morning because ds1 woke him up at 8 getting dressed for school.
    F you dh! We were late because I was up all bloody night with ds2 and all he did was hide in the garage playing games.

    I'm so F*n tired but no he can't look after ds2 for an hour so I can sleep.


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    I feel your pain my DP stays up late watching TV then comes to bed only gets up to DS if I make him I rarely do then he sleeps in till 8.30 even though I'm the one that's been up all night makes me furious.

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    Due in August and Literally no one, I feel I shouldn't have complained after reading your posts!! Sorry At least my DH does actually get up early when I ask him. Only moans about never getting to sleep in now and then.

    Turns out my DD has a cold so that's why she was waking up a lot last night. I ended up co sleeping from 00:30 as she needed cuddles. Big snot bag now!


 

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