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    How many woke 5-6 times overnight!? 😪😒😞

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    How many woke 5-6 times overnight!? 😪😒😞
    My son did! Until he self-weaned at 13 months and then he gradually got better. He consistently started sleeping through around 17 months, as soon as he mastered walking.

    It's tough, hang in there! ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    How many woke 5-6 times overnight!? 😪😒😞
    Mine as well. He is still not consistently sleeping through at 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    How many woke 5-6 times overnight!? 😪😒😞
    Mine did.

    Dd1 woke every 40min 6-9mths (8-9x) then 2X till 14mths then slept thru bar sickness and nightmares.

    Dd1 fed 3X overnight till 10mths then 2X till 15mths then slept thru bar sickness. She hit 4mth regression badly and woke every 1-2hrs for 4wks.

    Dd3 is 4mths old and is currently in 4mth sleep regression. She has gone from 11-12hrs straight at 5wks old to waking every 90min.

    I've never sleep trained or left my kids to cry. They do get better over time.

    Last night dd3 woke at 9, 11, 1, 2.30, 4, 5 and up at 6.45am. I gave up at 5am and went to the gym and left her with dh. Little wretch slept!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    Last night dd3 woke at 9, 11, 1, 2.30, 4, 5 and up at 6.45am. I gave up at 5am and went to the gym and left her with dh. Little wretch slept!!!
    All I see is 'went to the gym...'😧

    You amaze me👍

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    More like "biggest idiot of the year" but I truly find exercise gets me thru when I've had horrid sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    More like "biggest idiot of the year" but I truly find exercise gets me thru when I've had horrid sleep.
    I agree! I'm struggling at the moment even more as DD's nap time is the same as crèche hours and she won't sleep at the crèche (I've tried, it was an epic fail). So no gym for me. I think it's messing with my head more than the lack of sleep! DP came home yesterday though so it's back to the gym for me tomorrow 😋

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    I agree! I'm struggling at the moment even more as DD's nap time is the same as crèche hours and she won't sleep at the crèche (I've tried, it was an epic fail). So no gym for me. I think it's messing with my head more than the lack of sleep! DP came home yesterday though so it's back to the gym for me tomorrow 😋
    Same here but I don't care. Dd3 doesn't nap well at the gym but quite frankly that morning sleep is not important to me. I make sure I'm home for the midday nap (as they keep it the longest ) and she catches up then. Yesterday after a gym creche morning dd3 napped 3hrs in the afternoon. (As did I) .

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    DS1, DS2 & DS3 all slept 12 hours consistently from 10 weeks old.
    DD1 was about 18 months when she would sleep through the night

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    My DD was 12 months when she did it consistently. That was up until 3 weeks ago! She's 4 in a months time and has started needing me to go to sleep, wakes me up 1-2 times each night needing a back rub to get back to sleep then up for the morning any time from 5:45am!

    DS is 16 months and has been consistently sleeping through for about a month now.

    I don't do well on broken sleep so I'm struggling. Just when they both start sleeping through one starts waking - I just never thought it would be my almost 4 year old!

    Please tell me it's a phase!


 

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