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    About 3 years old

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    Consistently would have been around 6mo.

    First starting to sleep through at 4mo

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    Depending on the definition of 'sleeping through' - all 3 babies were 10-12 continuous hours by 3 months. Sorry to say! I seem to breed good sleepers. We have other challenges though

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    My definition of sleeping through is 10 hours plus

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    9.5 hours at 8 weeks (no training involved, he just did it - was doing 6 hour stretches at 2 weeks - asked MCHN if I should be waking him to feed and she said no because he was a great size and gaining). Due to have #2 in a few weeks and don't dare to hope he'll be the same.

    That said day sleeps have been harder and he will not sleep in the car or pram EVER. And 4:30/ 5am wake ups are the norm. Now does 10.5 or 11 hours overnight, have never gotten 12.

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    DS: 3 months

    DD: 2 years

    No sleep training here.

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    DD was 10 months when she first did it for 3-4 night stretches with a few relapses, and 12 months consistently.

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    DS1 was pretty consistent at sleeping all night from about 7 months of age. Of course we had the occasional wakes in the night due to teething, illness etc.

    DS2 was my terrible sleeper. He did not sleep a full night until a few weeks after his 1st birthday (and only after we spent a week at sleep school). Before this he was feeding on and off all night and waking every few hours. The longest stretch he did was 4 hours. Total nightmare. He's almost 2 and I still feel like I'm trying to catch up on my sleep after the year of sleep deprivation.

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    DS1 was 11 months when he started doing 10.30-6.30, 15 months and fully weaned when he did 12 hours overnight.

    DS2 was a freak child who went from waking every hour to doing 12 hours at 12 weeks.

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    DS started sleeping through the night at around 6 months. But was still waking at the sparrows fart around 5-530am everyday. He only just started sleeping later till 6-630am just recently at 11 months. I'm putting it down to learning to roll over in his sleep and get comfy enough to doze back off. I also had to adjust his routine so that bedtime would be a little later too.


 

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