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    Default When did your lo consistently sleep through the night?

    Bad night. Need something to look forward to.

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    DD was 2.5 years (after moving to a bed) and DS slept pretty consistently from 18mths (though still went through phases of waking with teeth/illness).

    Sorry you had a bad night. DS slept though but was up at 4.50am so I feel your pain.

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    DS is nearly 2.5 and he has *just* started sleeping through the night! Not yet consistently though... Sigh.

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    DS, consistently at around 12 months old but still had periods of waking up a lot at certain times. Particularly around age 2. All development related I think.

    DD started sleeping through at 15 months but that's now stopped again at 18/19 months. It will come again, just hard work in the meantime.

    Both mine are early risers. That doesn't help!!

    Hope your nights improve soon!

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    DS1 15 months. DS2 is 6.5 months and woke 7x last night....

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    DS was 8 weeks and DD was 11 weeks.
    No idea how or why, just little freaks of nature who love sleep.
    Very much attachment parents, no cio or cc ever.

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    Subbing for hope. Dd is almost 9 mo and hasn't slept through yet.

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    DD was 6 weeks. 9pm to 8am.
    Atm though she is waking up in pain assuming her teeth are coming 😓

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    DS1 16 mths
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    My DS has been sleeping through since about 8 weeks. He's only 11.5 weeks now, so here's hoping it continues!

    I hope tomorrow night is better for you


 

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