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    Yes Bond...you seem to definitely win the award for most difficult older bub sleeper. Bloody h*ll...if I was still feeding Lucy every 3 hours overnight, I would be a certified mental case...and would struggle to BF overnight...so you are doing a stellar job.

    As for the other threads...there is SO much doctor-bashing and derision of Conventional Medicine by BubHubbers! I try to ignore it, but I just want to scream out "The vast majority of doctors just want a GOOD patient outcome!!...We are not the enemy!!". I do get very upset and offended by it...but I need to just stick with you lovely girls.

    I'll be back...is midnight!

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    Ponytail I'm glad you are ok. Not nice that your family have negative opinions especially considering why you had to stop.

    Channy that has gone super fast. he is so cute. Happy 6mths Lincoln.

    Smurfy I hope Sienna is feeling better soon.

    Bond you definitely have a very challenging bub when it comes to sleeping. I take my hat off to you.

    J I don't really go anywhere but here and the graduates thread and the review section. There is good and bad with everything, religion, gender, race, occupation and I hate when people generalise. I'm sure we have all mentioned bad experiences with doctors but it's about a specific doctor not doctors as a whole and I recall you have often stated that you agree the doctor could have done things differently. Stick with us we love your insight and assistance xx.

    AFM I am 30 weeks tomorrow. It's gone fast but I'm over the pain. The sciatica has eased a little or I'm getting used to it. Now I've done something to my hand. Even picking up small things shoots pain up to my elbow. The swelling has started again and I'm so over needing to pee haha. I really do wish I enjoyed pregnancy but I just don't.

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    Bond, wow she really doesn't sleep well overnight. I whinge enough that Sienna wakes once overnight, I don't know how you function getting up that often. Sienna woke hourly the other night (after her 12 month needles ), I was like a zombie the next day at work.

    We've decided to wait til end of January before we start trying for the next. We're going on holidays in feb and I'm hoping to make another holiday baby.

    J, some people just don't appreciate you the way we do. Just stick with us. I generally only read this thread, the graduates, and the ttc and pregnancy diaries.

    Toni, not too much longer to go. I hope your hand is better soon.

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    Hey Bond, Chelsea's sleep is so much better than it was a few months ago.
    For 3 or 4 months she was waking every 1-1.5 hours overnight! Her night sleep is so much better, but we still have the odd bad nights...tonight is one of those :/ but last night she slept 6:30pm to 5:30am, had a drink and then woke for the day at 7am!
    The past week she has been waking up a few times a night, but can generally resettle, but since last Wednesday or Thursday night she has been sleeping through one night and the next night, waking. I have been trying to keep to the sleep school methods, but leaving her and assessing the situation, but she just won't settle. Being that she has started 'walking' and is teething, I have decided that I will let her go 20 mins and if she doesn't resettle, I will go in and feed her. The bad thing is, my inlaws turn up tomorrow night. My MIL has insisted that Chelsea should have been sleeping through since 3 months!!! So if Chelsea keeps waking, this will be a fun week of opinions!

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    MissX, good luck with your MIL. Unfortunately babies don't do what they are 'supposed' to do. Sienna was sleeping through from 3 weeks to around 7 months, and now loves to wake during the night.
    Having said that, she slept through last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    Hey Bond, Chelsea's sleep is so much better than it was a few months ago.
    For 3 or 4 months she was waking every 1-1.5 hours overnight! Her night sleep is so much better, but we still have the odd bad nights...tonight is one of those :/ but last night she slept 6:30pm to 5:30am, had a drink and then woke for the day at 7am!
    The past week she has been waking up a few times a night, but can generally resettle, but since last Wednesday or Thursday night she has been sleeping through one night and the next night, waking. I have been trying to keep to the sleep school methods, but leaving her and assessing the situation, but she just won't settle. Being that she has started 'walking' and is teething, I have decided that I will let her go 20 mins and if she doesn't resettle, I will go in and feed her. The bad thing is, my inlaws turn up tomorrow night. My MIL has insisted that Chelsea should have been sleeping through since 3 months!!! So if Chelsea keeps waking, this will be a fun week of opinions!
    Ah MIL's.... Mine expected the same except at 6 weeks. Ummm your son hardly slept. It doesn't just happen!!!

    Tell her to bugger off and not disrupt your hard work. The disruption may just be her teething. Fingers crossed x

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    Toni 30wks that has gone so fast!

    As for sleepers Lincoln has only very recently started sleeping through but sometimes still wakes once. Ur MIL has no idea MissX lol

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    Miss X, you should show your MIL some of the studies I've seen which show how the lots of babies are still waking up into their toddler years!!! There is so much development going on its no wonder really. And teeth of course. And illness. Toby started waking at night again a couple months back and it's because he's starting to have vivid dreams, which is developmental too I believe. And they were freaking him out. It's settled down a lot now though.

    Anyway, I feel happy if Meadow sleeps for 3 hours in a row! Which is rather like a newborn but her feeds are way quicker of course. I had hoped it would settle down once her walking was established but she's practically running around now and sleep is still crap. Oh well maybe by her 2nd birthday!!! I have fantasies of a full night's sleep.

    What about naps? How are your bubbas doing in that area?

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    Hi all! Long time no speak.

    Hope you're all well.

    Bond - Toby's a pretty average sleeper too. He's getting better, but not much. ATM he goes to bed around 7:15, sleeps until 1:30/2, has a quick feed and ideally sleeps in our bed until 7. But the last few days he's been feral. Woke 5 times before 9pm last night.

    Can't believe you're so close to having bub Toni!

    AFM: Toby's nearly 9 months old. He is crawling, and pulling himself up. Still loves his food and loves swimming lessons and music.

    We are going to be ttc no 2 end of the year. We will be going through Canberra fertility clinic as we can use the same donor with dp. Exciting! But nerve wracking. Ttc was an anxious time for us.

    Here are some picsImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1407304234.584825.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1407304259.820407.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1407304294.980403.jpg

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    Rainbow, he's so cute


 

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