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    Default I hate NIGHT TIMES 😒

    I just need to have a little vent..

    DD has been so restless lately.. Sleeping very lightly. Can u believe tonight ive ALREADY been up to her 8 times for her dummy 😁😁

    I just feel like crying. I am just exhausted from no sleep and feel mentally and physically drained..

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    Hugs Blossom, it's very lonely at night time and lack of sleep. Sending hugs and hope you got some rest. How old is your DD?

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    I think ive had about 2 hours sleep 😩
    DD is 6 months..

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    If it's any consolation, you're not alone. My 6 month old is waking constantly too. Wanting booby or cuddles, any kind of contact with me and only me , just screams for daddy or nanny. Exhausted. And we're on holiday somewhere with very thin walls so can't even sleep in when she gets up with DH as my 3 yo is too loud!!!!

    We'll get through it somehow, not sure how but we will. Hugs.

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    Thanks Bond Girl.. Not sure how much more I can take.. Surely I must be doing something wrong.. Its so exhausting.. Id give anything for a full nights sleep 😒

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    Is she teething? Have you tried panadol or even co sleeping?

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    I think she may be teething.. Dribbling, runny nose at times. I have tried panadol but didn't seem to give much relief..

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    That was me 5 weeks ago!!! How old is your DD?
    We fixed it by putting a mattress on the floor and DH sleeps in her room for now. It was a combo of looking for her dummy nightmares and being alone, she now wakes maybe once or twice for her dummy but because DH is right there he gives her one before she fully wakes... Could you do something like this?

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    Yeah he dummy is becoming a bit of a problem..

    Could someone tell me a bit about co sleeping?

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    Hi OP I sympathise I've been there. Getting up every hour (or less) to replug the dummy. I ended up taking the dummy away. It was one long awful night but we've never looked back since, I've got no regrets.
    I'm glad I did it when she was so young that she moved on fairly quickly. I introduced a blankie and when I went in to comfort her i put it in her hands, it took a few weeks for her to fully take it and now she won't sleep without it (she's 13 months now and still takes it everywhere) , she rubs her face and chews on it.
    Her wakings went from a minimum of 6 a night to 2-3 post dummy at 6 months and that was a bad night.

    Good luck whatever you decide to do xx
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