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    My first didn't sleep through until 2 years+ (breastfed coslept etc).

    My second didn't sleep through until 12 months when I night weaned her and did my own version of controlled crying. I consider it a bonus if babies sleep through before 12 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    My little girl is breastfed and she occasionally sleeps through at 11 months. She started at 7 months then got ill and it all went to cr.ap lol just getting back into the swing of things!
    Just to add to this! DD is now nearly 14 months and she's been sleeping through since 12 months consistently. She actually didn't start sleeping through until she was sleeping in the room alone.

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    Dd was bf
    She slept 8-9 hr blocks at 2.5months
    10-12 hr blocks by 5months

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    So glad you are getting some sleep! I know your bf but my son is 15 months ff since 4 months and still wakes every 1-2hoirs over night. I can count on one hand the amount of times he slept more than 3 hours at a time so I don't think there's much in the whole ff equals more sleep

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    Breastfed, DS slept from say 10-5 very early on, and by 6 months after solids were established from about 6-5:30. Still sleeping that long now at 20 months. That's with a bit of training 'save our sleep' style.


 

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