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    My son falls asleep on the couch or on the floor or on me between 10pm to 12am (sometimes 1am) on his own. Then I put a blanket over him and he sleeps in his cot or with me until 9am/11am.

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    Up to the age of 2 mine were fed or cuddled and read to sleep.
    After 2. Bedtime is 7pm they are put in bed a story or two than prayers and a song. Than I leave the room and the go off to sleep if they haven't already.

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    My 3.5 year old gets a cuddle then a story then is left to fall asleep on her own. Usually around 7:30 we put her down.

    My 15 month old DS is given cuddles then put down in his cot and patted on the bum / has his back stroked until he's asleep.

    DD sleeps through the night and never comes into our bed and is only ever up before the sun on her gro clock maybe once every 2 months or so.

    DS sleeps through the night 75% of the time and the nights he does wake he's given a cuddle and patted on the bum back to sleep again. He used to self settle but then got sick and hasn't self settled since. I do plan on doing a bit of sleep training so I don't have to pat him anymore I'll just sit with him until he sleeps then I'll sit further and further away until he no longer needs me. I'm hoping that works as my back is killing me leaning over the cot to pat him to sleep.


 

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