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    Default 6 month old routine..

    Whats your routine..?

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    When DD was 6 months, we followed the Tresillian routine which was focused around Eat, Play, Sleep. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1394149156.969549.jpg

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    Oh my god I wish my 6mo slept that much during the day

    I have no routine since school started again! DD2 wants to nap pretty much right on drop off and pick up time, drives me insane. Really starting to get stressful

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    When my DD was 6mo, our routine looked like (well roughly, times changed around every day depending on wake times, sleep times etc.)

    7am: wake and bottle
    8am: breakfast
    9 - 11am: nap
    11.30am: bottle
    12.30pm: lunch
    1 - 3pm: nap
    3.30pm: bottle
    5.30 - 6pm: nap
    6.15pm: dinner
    7.30pm: bath
    7.45pm: bottle
    8pm: bed for night

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    Thanks heaps!

    Up until last night, DD has been waking for a feed around 2-3 am.

    Last night when she woke, I put her dummy back in and she went to sleep until around 6.30.. Is this ok?

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    I don't know but I would think it is ok? She can't have been that hungry if she went back to sleep for four hours? My DD dropped her night feeds at 4 months, but she did that on her own.

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    Ok! Yeah I just wondered..

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    I was just about to post my DD's routine, but read all of the replies and got to the part where your DD woke once overnight and you easily got her back to sleep without a feed! My reply will be of NO help to you.. on a good night I'm up to DD 4 times, and crawl into bed with her around 3am. Last night she had a runny nose and woke every 30 minutes. EVERY. 30. MINUTES.

    So.... yeah... I'll just tiptoe back out of this thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    I was just about to post my DD's routine, but read all of the replies and got to the part where your DD woke once overnight and you easily got her back to sleep without a feed! My reply will be of NO help to you.. on a good night I'm up to DD 4 times, and crawl into bed with her around 3am. Last night she had a runny nose and woke every 30 minutes. EVERY. 30. MINUTES.

    So.... yeah... I'll just tiptoe back out of this thread...
    I am with you nomsie.
    Since I am still up more 3 times a night to my 22 month and 2 or 3 days a week I am once or more times up with my 4 year old.

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    Oh wow! I sympathise with you ladies! Usually Im up maybe twice.. Im very surprised DD went back to sleep last night..


 

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