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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Oh lovely I wish there was a way to help you. Sleep dep is just awful. Hugs xo

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    Thanks xx I just keep telling myself "it can't last forever"... Months to years maybe, but she'll be a teenager eventually haha

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    O M G. DS2 woke up because he rolled into the bed rail and I went in there, rested my hand on him and HE WENT BACK TO SLEEP. No crying, no screaming, no breastfeed! Last night he slept from 9pm until 1am and I think he may have settled himself if I hadn't gone in there (but I was half asleep and just did it on autopilot). Fingers crossed we are at a turning point of some kind. Although I know enough not to hold my breath on that one...

    DS1, meanwhile, happily goes to sleep his own bed but 9 times out of ten will be in with DH by the wee hours.

    Anjalee, it does get better. And you'll get better at dealing with it *hugs* hope you get some rest tonight.

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    We had a better night last night she went down as normal at bedtime, was up at 10.30 and came to bed with me after I couldn't settle her, and she slept until 3.30 when she freaked out because she wasn't touching me, but settled down after 5 mins and slept until 5am. So I've had a decent enough block of sleep to make it through work today!

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    Spoke too soon last night was 8.30, 9.30, 10.30 when she came into bed with me, then 12, then 2, 3 and finally 5am. Thank god it is a long weekend here and I can try and nap my way through it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    Spoke too soon last night was 8.30, 9.30, 10.30 when she came into bed with me, then 12, then 2, 3 and finally 5am. Thank god it is a long weekend here and I can try and nap my way through it!
    Gah we had a bad night too. Awake every 1.5 - 2 hours

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    Ds is once again now refusing to sleep in his cot during the day. Ive given up, ive tried everything under the sun & nothing works. Ive finally got him to go to sleep in his rocker for his first sleep of the day. I dont have a clip on breathing monitor so I basically have to sit here & watch him sleep. Potentially for hours cause he's exhausted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Gah we had a bad night too. Awake every 1.5 - 2 hours
    *hugs* It's ridiculous hey. I totally understand why sleep deprivation is a form of torture now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Ds is once again now refusing to sleep in his cot during the day. Ive given up, ive tried everything under the sun & nothing works. Ive finally got him to go to sleep in his rocker for his first sleep of the day. I dont have a clip on breathing monitor so I basically have to sit here & watch him sleep. Potentially for hours cause he's exhausted.

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    I used to do this but then a friend told me to just take the mattress out for the day sleeps. Put it in the lounge room and put on the radio.
    Ds2 has been a great day sleeper since. He can hear me and the back ground noise stops him from getting startled by me doing things or leaving the room.
    It took me a week to get him to sleep there but after that no problem.
    Still do it at 19 months.


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    So it's taken just a week since daylight savings for early bird dd to start waking before 6 again (past two mornings before 530), it has been creeping earlier despite keeping bedtime an hour later.... I've been trying to avoid it but I know I'm gonna have to move bedtime early and end up with that 630pm-5am routine again

    Edit: she has been whiny and difficult too as she's getting an hour less sleep argh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    So it's taken just a week since daylight savings for early bird dd to start waking before 6 again (past two mornings before 530), it has been creeping earlier despite keeping bedtime an hour later.... I've been trying to avoid it but I know I'm gonna have to move bedtime early and end up with that 630pm-5am routine again

    Edit: she has been whiny and difficult too as she's getting an hour less sleep argh.
    Yes! Me too! Exactly the same, EXACTLY! I was thinking this exact same thing this morning at 5:20 when I could hear my boys playing yet again.

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