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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    That's really unfair. He just needs to step up and do it, start on a Friday night and offer him a couple of sleep ins to sweeten the deal. Not that you should have to though!
    I can see myself in the same position in a few months time with my little booby monster!
    He asked me if he could go out after dinner tonight to see a friend and I said yes but I wanted to discuss weaning and I felt very unsupported this morning. We had a bit of a discussion and he has agreed to help. Said we can start tonight.
    Claims he was just tired when I brought it up this morning. I felt like screaming at him saying what about me after being up and down all freaking night!

    So we will see how we go after night one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    Last night Ben was up from 2am till 5am. Squealing and carrying on the whole time. Then I had to get up at 6 and go to work, and I didn't sleep after 5, so been up since 2. Yawn.
    You poor thing. I hope you get some sleep tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnab739 View Post
    He asked me if he could go out after dinner tonight to see a friend and I said yes but I wanted to discuss weaning and I felt very unsupported this morning. We had a bit of a discussion and he has agreed to help. Said we can start tonight.
    Claims he was just tired when I brought it up this morning. I felt like screaming at him saying what about me after being up and down all freaking night!

    So we will see how we go after night one.
    I feel your pain my DP said the other night he is going to start getting up more but it hasnt happened I asky why and his excuse is he is just too tired!!! My DS can wake up to 15 times a night on a normal night and a good night is still 4-5 wakings.

    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3

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    Up literally all night and yet DP is sleeping in? !?!

    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Up literally all night and yet DP is sleeping in? !?!

    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3
    Awwww big hugs. Why do they have the ability to sleep through anything, it's so infuriating!

    Dh was up for two hours straight with DS last night but is still asleep now so we'll see the kind of mood he is in when he wakes. And how he copes working after not sleeping well like I have done for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnab739 View Post
    Awwww big hugs. Why do they have the ability to sleep through anything, it's so infuriating!

    Dh was up for two hours straight with DS last night but is still asleep now so we'll see the kind of mood he is in when he wakes. And how he copes working after not sleeping well like I have done for months.
    Mmmmm my DP just doesnt get up he is awake though

    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3

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    So over my almost 15 month olds sleep issues. 15 months of sleep deprivation is taking it's toll. A few weeks ago he did about 4 days of sleeping through I was hope going we were coming to the end of it but nope back to waking 4-5x a night taking hours to resettle. I'm also 31 weeks pregnant and I'm slowly losing it. DH does help and gets up to him, we tag team but I still wake up and hear him as he just screams and screams until he falls asleep. He has to bed held and rocked to sleep for every nap and bedtime. What am I going to do with a newborn and DS!! If I put him in his cot awake he just screams and screams no winging from him actual blood curdling screams, even if I do it half asleep he just wakes up then I have to start all over again!!! Sorry just a cent as everyone I know from mothers group and friends their babies are doing 7-7. They have no idea how it feels to only get 4 hours a night every night for months and months and spend the rest of the night, patting, shhhh rocking, singing and crying

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    I feel your pain hun. Ds2 is 17 months and still wakes 4-5 times a night.
    He has sleep 5 hours once in his life.

    I feel like slapping those mums that have the guts to tell me it's my fault for not letting him CIO.

    I'm a good mum and my baby will never be left to cry when he needs me.
    What's wrong with that. Even if I am sleep deprived he is happy.

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    Thanks sorry you are going through the same! That's all I ever get told, just let him cry and ashamed to admit I have when I'm at my wits end but it doesn't work for him at all! I always respond to him, I wish there was a easy solution even co-sleeping changes nothing! I love him to death it's hard to by a happy mum when I have no rest!

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    My DS was the same, he eventually started sleeping better when he reached about 20 months. He's now 2.5 and he sleeps through 5 out of 7 nights and only wishes once the other nights. I can't say what changed, he just started sleeping better. Hoping it happens soon for you too.

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