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    Went ok. Drifted off in about 15 minutes; so average time and slept around 40 minutes. Will try again tomorrow. Tonight will be back to one arm.

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    So just stopping to do a little happy dance. We've now completed 2 nights and all day sleeps in between with both arms out. We had one short waking but suspect that was more about wanting his dummy then anything else. I've had to get up to put his dummy in a few other times because I could hear him stirring and unable to resettle but that's it! He seems quite happy. :smiledance:

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    Woohoo!! That's awesome!! Im going to try a whole new routine including both arms out tomorrow! :what::sly:

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC14 View Post
    Woohoo!! That's awesome!! Im going to try a whole new routine including both arms out tomorrow! :what::sly:
    Exciting! What are you going to change routine wise?

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    Shes been getting up at 5 and going back to sleep at about 6 for another 1.5 hours. So im going to try giving her a bottle at 5 and straight back to bed, theoretically she should sleep till 7ish, I'll give her breakfast about 730 and bottle at 9. She's started pushing bottles to 4 hourly now.. after that she should go back down at about 9 or 930 at the latest. Im hoping she'll have a 2 hour nap at that time.. it sounds great in theory lol im 100% certain it won't be that easy

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    I just tried something similar. It was a fail for us so back to normal routine for now. Hope you guys have much better luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    So just stopping to do a little happy dance. We've now completed 2 nights and all day sleeps in between with both arms out. We had one short waking but suspect that was more about wanting his dummy then anything else. I've had to get up to put his dummy in a few other times because I could hear him stirring and unable to resettle but that's it! He seems quite happy. :smiledance:
    Yay!!! That's fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I just tried something similar. It was a fail for us so back to normal routine for now. Hope you guys have much better luck!
    I don't have high hopes haha but I'll give it a try!

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    It may just work for you with your Dd being so much younger. My DS is so set in his routine and a little older so I think that may have been the issue. Good luck!

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    She's 5 months now... where has the last 5 months gone?

    I hope so.. if not well at least I can say I tried lol I tried keeping her up a bit later but no luck! She is set on going to bed at 6


 

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