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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    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!
    Your poor DD hope she gets better soon.

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    Urgghh. Snotty nose keeping DD awake all night.

    So. Tired 😴

    How was everyone's night?

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    Tbh crap......

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    Crap here too. Dd was up to her usual tricks. But not only that- I'm over my boys' early morning shiz too

    They stay up an hour later now than they used to. So why are they waking before 5 and deciding its an awesome time to act like monkeys? (And, I can assure you in my head I am using adjectives and nouns much stronger than monkeys!) they are so tired by 4 pm because they're not getting enough sleep. They become horrible, shouting and hitting and yelling etc. grrrr!!

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    A bad night all round then!

    I've told DH to come home from work early. Can't continue. So incredibly tired, way worse than usual and DD only slept for 30 mins when her usual afternoon nap is 90 mins or more. I was just falling asleep, as DS also still naps, and she woke up. Spent about 25 mins trying to resettle her then gave up. Just want to cry And I bet by the time he gets back I won't be able to sleep as I'll be past it. Why has she done this today of all days! She's going to be exhausted by 5pm on so little sleep.

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    My DS only sleeps 20-40 mins 3 times a day for day naps. It's sucks and he will only sleep on me.

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    I'm away for a funeral and ds2 slept like a dream last night. Even with a 2 hour time difference.
    Grrr sleep like that at home!

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    I'm just so upset, crying my eyes out right now.
    I just can't take it anymore. I've been trying to get DS to go to sleep for hours but every time I put him in his bed he loses it. I had to walk out and have a sob while he screamed and screamed. He's finally down but could wake up at any moment.
    A couple of months ago we worked so hard to get really good day naps and for about 6weeks it was awesome, but suddenly he decided day naps were overrated and I've been fighting for weeks to get even 20 mins a day out of him. I couldn't do it anymore and went back to holding him so now I have no time to myself and can't get anything done.
    I try so hard to be a good mum and to be patient but I just feel like a massive failure.
    Sorry about the pity party, just need to vent I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I'm away for a funeral and ds2 slept like a dream last night. Even with a 2 hour time difference.
    Grrr sleep like that at home!

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    No advice but hugs and plenty of understanding, it's just terrible isn't it xxxxx


 

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