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    So last night was a total write off. not sure I slept at all, I was in a bit of a haze. She did not cry hysterically, it was more of an I'm half asleep cry/whinge. Not sure I will have the willpower tonight...

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    We also used Dr Jay Gordon's method for night weaning when DS was about 13mths. He was feeding multiple times a night at that stage. He took to it really well and slept through once weaning was done. We took it a bit slower than suggested as DS was sick half way through. I am so grateful that nightweaning helped his sleeping - I would definitely recommend giving it a try.

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    Maybe I should persevere if it's going to work in the long run. Unfortunately I am on my own at the moment as DH is interstate so it's all up to me.

    Btmac that sounds almost unbearable why don't they like sleep a much as we do??! I can't even remember what it feels isle to have a solid block of sleep, even for a a couple of hours.

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    Btmac is your little guy in your bed or his own?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    Maybe I should persevere if it's going to work in the long run. Unfortunately I am on my own at the moment as DH is interstate so it's all up to me.

    Btmac that sounds almost unbearable why don't they like sleep a much as we do??! I can't even remember what it feels isle to have a solid block of sleep, even for a a couple of hours.
    Could you wait until your DH gets back? I found it really helpful having DH around for the whole process - especially to help resettle once we stopped feeding.

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    I found night weaning was magic for my son's sleeping. I didn't follow any particular method, I just got him up and cuddled him back to sleep, then popped him back into bed. Within a couple of nights he stopped waking. Unfortunately that didn't last though lol

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    Big news! E slept from 8:30 until 4:45. I can count on one hand how many times she has done this in the past 18 months. I am sure it is just a teasing coincidence so I am being a bit pessimistic about it..

    Any improvements from your little man btmac? Hoping you got a stretch of more than 40 minutes??

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    Fingers crossed it repeats tonight for you thepouts.

    Ds slept terribly last night but I've got dh agreed to going into him through the night to get him to settle without me feeding him starting tonight. Fingercrossed it goes smoothly.

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    Goodluck donnab!

    E is in with me as well she is a clingy little girl! Still trying to get her to sleep tonight, trying not to feed her to sleep, it's probably contributing to our sleep issues.

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