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    DSD started becoming a struggle a few weeks ago.
    We do the usual bedtime routine- no tv for up to an hour beforehand, reading for 30 minutes before lights out, toilet and teeth, then bed.
    In the last few weeks, she has come out up to 12 time a night, within the first hour, to talk to us about random stuff... Nothing that can't wait until the morning.
    We have started a chart, to show her how often she does it, as it is not the "once or twice" she claims. The chart has Date, Time, Reason on it... we write down her 'topic' too.
    She seems to be getting it.. but no idea why it started. She's 9.

    We have only JUST gotten DSS (room share with DSD) to sleep through the night. He's 7.


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    My Ds1 (7) did this for ages.
    We found that he was after more time with us during the day.
    If I read to him for half an hour or play with him during the hour of no TV time it helped heaps.

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    So DS is almost one now and we have only had one sleep through. He still has reflux and the poor little guy still wakes every 30 mins through the night. I wont complain too much im so use to it at this point that I don't feel as though I need much sleep any more...... My DP and friends beg to differ and refer to me as the walking robot zombie haha

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    Ds2 is 2 in 2 weeks and still has not slept threw once.
    He wakes every 2/3 hours still.
    It's like he is feeding like a 6 month old. Still not putting on as much weight as he should be.
    As mums I think we learn to live on what sleep we can. Does not mean we function very well though. Lol

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    Default Sleep vents

    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    A place to vent your frustrations regarding the nocturnal habits of your offspring without being judged. This is a supportive place, regardless of sleep methods used or not used- because let's face it- when all is said and done, if you're posting in this thread your child most likely is not a perfect sleeper, and we all know that sleep deprivation is a form of torture. So to you. Vent away and make yourself feel maybe even a little bit better

    I'll start.

    Dd started off being a great sleeper. Waking once a night around 4am. Now she has regressed to the point if waking every sleep cycle and wanting my help to resettle. In desperation I bought her into my bed, and now I'm afraid I will have a lot of trouble getting her out. She has almost grown her bassinet, I know I'll have to start getting her to sleep in her cot in her room at the other end of the house of a night, I just fear getting up several times and walking that far. I could sleep in the bed in her room no worries, but I know dp will feel rejected. Just annoyed its gotten this bad. She was supposed to be my good sleeper after the hell I went through with twins.
    How old is your bub?

    My DS is 9 weeks, was sleeping quite week but regressed to waking every hour at night and not napping. But he has silent reflux. It's not something like that causing the wake up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by graceadler View Post
    How old is your bub?

    My DS is 9 weeks, was sleeping quite week but regressed to waking every hour at night and not napping. But he has silent reflux. It's not something like that causing the wake up?
    The OP started this thread 1 year ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    The OP started this thread 1 year ago
    @A-Squared rightio- why has it popping up on my feed?

    Sorry, I'm new to this

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    Someone bumped it last night. Normally by spam or another member who has a similar issuse and wants to rank more about it.

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    Adding old thread often have great advice in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graceadler View Post
    @A-Squared rightio- why has it popping up on my feed?

    Sorry, I'm new to this
    There are still a few of us that use this thread. It's great to see a new name.
    Please feel free to join in if you want support or a vent.


 

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