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    I don't understand why my 11 week old Dd has gone from being a pretty good night time sleeper to waking every 3 hours and taking at least an hour to feed and settle. She used to have at least one good stretch of 5ish hours and only be up for around 15 minutes when she did wake. I'm just so tired. I want to cry. :-(

    I know a lot of people have it worse and I shouldn't complain. Sorry. I'm just finding it tough.

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    Right, that's it. I'm broken. 13 months in and still no decent sleep. Had a few good night's earlier this week (nothing was different at all) but of course it's reverted back to terrible again. I've now been awake two hours while she either wants to feed or tries to actually climb onto me to sleep. But she can't settle there as my chest is too uncomfortable for her. So she's fidgety and tossing and turning trying to get comfortable right next to me. Settles down for a minute. Then it starts again. Up on her hands and knees crawling onto me. She's now in her pram being pushed back and forth as I was about to snap. F?!# this

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    I don't understand why my 11 week old Dd has gone from being a pretty good night time sleeper to waking every 3 hours and taking at least an hour to feed and settle. She used to have at least one good stretch of 5ish hours and only be up for around 15 minutes when she did wake. I'm just so tired. I want to cry. :-(

    I know a lot of people have it worse and I shouldn't complain. Sorry. I'm just finding it tough.

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    Wonder week? I've given up asking why with mine. But at that age, yes it was most likely developmental. It's crap, but so totally normal hun. Hugs

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    I feel for you ladies. Big hugs.
    I am still up every half hour for half the night. Last night was the worst I've had in awhile though.
    I think with young bubs is easy to palm it off on wonder weeks but that doesn't make us sleep better.
    Hugs again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I feel for you ladies. Big hugs.
    I am still up every half hour for half the night. Last night was the worst I've had in awhile though.
    I think with young bubs is easy to palm it off on wonder weeks but that doesn't make us sleep better.
    Hugs again.

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    Not only did DS take for ever to go down last night but he also woke every hour for an hour then at 3am decided to stay up until 5.45am and get out of bed at 6.15am! Stupid wonder weeks.

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    Thanks @Bond Girl. I hope it is just a wonder week. Here's hoping we all get a better nights sleep tonight!

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    My turn to vent.

    When will this mystical 11-12 hours straight happen?!?

    Dd (20 months) wakes up bright as a button ready for the day at 430am and has done for a month. Shes always been an early bird (and I get up at 5ish for work twice a week) but that is ridiculous!

    It's clearly enough sleep for her- She goes to bed at 630 (I've tried stretching it later but it just makes her tired and grumpy and she still wakes the same time) and she's happy and content till nap time at 12.

    But It's killing me.

    She sleeps through and goes to her cot at sleep times like a dream- happy and willing- and she's a good kid mostly and I get some couple time in the evening so I know it's not really the worst thing in the world..... But at 430 it certainly feels like it.

    Bring on daylight savings, at least then it's 530!

    I exist on no doz tablets lol.
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    My boys are 6 next month. They go to bed at 7-7:30 and wake at 5 if I'm lucky. Often it's 4:30. They know they are not to leave their room but I can't stop them from making noise and being silly.

    They struggle on such little sleep- they cry and are ridiculous and I'm so frustrated that I any convince them to sleep longer.

    So I get your frustration! I really do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    My boys are 6 next month. They go to bed at 7-7:30 and wake at 5 if I'm lucky. Often it's 4:30. They know they are not to leave their room but I can't stop them from making noise and being silly.

    They struggle on such little sleep- they cry and are ridiculous and I'm so frustrated that I any convince them to sleep longer.

    So I get your frustration! I really do!
    Oh nomsie this is so my 6yr old and 4yr old as well! It is so frustrating!

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    Isn't it ridiculous? They wake up happy enough but it just peters out during the day.

    I would give anything to have perfect long sleepers like others brag about, but I suspect those kids are few and far between, and that our reality is actually the norm!

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