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    Sorry to gate crash but I love this thread i've had 4 atrocious sleepers and would have given anything to have had a thread like this for support.

    I've had 3 girls an they have all been ATROCIOUS sleepers. DD3 is nearly 11
    Months and has been sick with a cold and DH and I were basically awake for 48 straight hours with her.

    So no sadly girls can be just as rubbish at sleeping.

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    @LiterallyNoOne that's fantastic news about today's feeds. Really stoked for you. If you're seeing a dietitian, they often get samples of things so could give you some polyjoule to try out if they think it might help.
    @SAgirl fingers crossed you get some sleep.
    @Sonja you must be knackered. DS1 was practically allergic to sleep so I've been bracing myself for the same this time round.

    As for me, by this morning I'd had it with resettling bub every 10-20 mins for days on end. I got a massage and aimlessly walked up and down every aisle at Woolies to stretch out my peace and quiet. Reading that back I sound like such a loser.

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    Anything for some time alone. I walked around big w today for 40 mins with DS asleep in my Manduca just because I was too scared to wake him putting him back in the car!! I would love massage!! Pity DP is buying a new iPhone.

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    Oh and just wanted to add DD was a terrible sleep until 8 weeks old she practically didn't sleep at all and had terrible colic!! My first 2 slept through from day 1 though! And at 18 months Dd stated night waking again she is now 3.5 years and still waking even though she co-sleeps!!

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    Morning all how did everyone's nights go?

    Guess what??!!

    MINE WAS ****!!

    Haha I have to laugh or I'd cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Morning all how did everyone's nights go?

    Guess what??!!

    MINE WAS ****!!

    Haha I have to laugh or I'd cry
    Bub slept through from 7pm-5:40am... The big sleep led to Aunt Flo arriving on the scene... Can't freak in win!

    Not long now till your DH is back armed with what I assume will be an awesome present..

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    S.A ur not alone DS woke at 1.30 and stayed up until 4.30!!

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    Hi, hope that you don't mind me joining in this thread. I have a 5mo son who though sleeps well (night only daytime is a whole other thing haha) has CMPA and we went through a feeding aversion at 6wo. After a week in a clinic my son started to feed (bottle) again. He is on soy formula as he refused to drink the prescription formulas at his worst I think they got 20mls into him about 7 hours. He had been doing really well until 2 weeks ago when out of the blue his feeding declined again. Not as bad but tonight he had a meltdown and refused his bottle again. We finally got him to take it but I am feeling really anxious and deflated as I had hoped we were past the aversion behaviour. Other than this he is an absolute pleasure, very happy, loves playing and has a very quirky personality.
    Reading through this thread has given me a lift, literallynoOne your journey has been harder than mine and you are so strong, an inspiration for me when I am feeling like I cannot take another battle at feeding.
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    Last edited by Tommi; 07-07-2014 at 00:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Bub slept through from 7pm-5:40am... The big sleep led to Aunt Flo arriving on the scene... Can't freak in win!

    Not long now till your DH is back armed with what I assume will be an awesome present..
    Haha I can't wait for the cheap junk present he will buy me in Bali... Yay! Lucky lucky me, hopefully it's a sleeveless Bintang shirt!

    On a even ****tier note... THIS ****EN SUCKS DOGS BALLS!! Just when I thought things couldn't possibly get any worse... THEY DO!!

    DS has pretty much woken every hour again. It's now 5 am and I've refused to feed him for the 8th time so he's lying in his bassinet chatting away really loudly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommi View Post
    Hi, hope that you don't mind me joining in this thread. I have a 5mo son who though sleeps well (night only daytime is a whole other thing haha) has CMPA and we went through a feeding aversion at 6wo. After a week in a clinic my son started to feed (bottle) again. He is on soy formula as he refused to drink the prescription formulas at his worst I think they got 20mls into him about 7 hours. He had been doing really well until 2 weeks ago when out of the blue his feeding declined again. Not as bad but tonight he had a meltdown and refused his bottle again. We finally got him to take it but I am feeling really anxious and deflated as I had hoped we were past the aversion behaviour. Other than this he is an absolute pleasure, very happy, loves playing and has a very quirky personality.
    Reading through this thread has given me a lift, literallynoOne your journey has been harder than mine and you are so strong, an inspiration for me when I am feeling like I cannot take another battle at feeding.
    Sent from my GT-I9305 using The Bub Hub mobile app
    Welcome

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