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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    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) .
    Where were your older 2 while you napped 3 hours? School and day care?

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    10 weeks for dd1, around 1 for dd2 but she still only used to wake once most nights for a quick feed then would settle easily.

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    DD1 at 3 when I had her tonsils out. DD2 is 2 and I'm still up 3+ times a night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Where were your older 2 while you napped 3 hours? School and day care?
    At home. They had their nap then played quietly and watched TV till I woke up.

    Right now it's 12.30pm. Dd3 is snoozing. Dd1 and dd2 are in bed reading. Then they will sleep. They cannot get out of their rooms till 2pm. I have my alarm set today for 3pm in case I pass out. I've got a play date later today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    At home. They had their nap then played quietly and watched TV till I woke up.

    Right now it's 12.30pm. Dd3 is snoozing. Dd1 and dd2 are in bed reading. Then they will sleep. They cannot get out of their rooms till 2pm. I have my alarm set today for 3pm in case I pass out. I've got a play date later today.
    You've got if sussed! I wish my 3 year old would play on her own or just rest with a book. Heck even just watch TC by herself for an hour.
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    My ds sleep improved around 18 months and sleeping through most of the time from 20-22 months.

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    My DS has just turned 3 and is almost sleeping through, he maybe wakes up once a night sometimes but mainly sleeps through and it started happening consistently exactly when he turned 3 about 2 weeks ago.

    Both my DD's started sleeping through by about 2.5 yrs old.

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    My DS4 is 2.5 & still doesn't sleep through the night. My other 3 were older as well before they slept through. I don't think I've slept a full night in 9 years 😂

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    DS didn't sleep through the night till he was 6yo, DD slept through from about 8mths after I got a sleep consultant in.

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    Ds- between 12 and 18 months. I can't exactly remember!
    DD1- 2 yrs old, a couple of months after she stopped being breastfed.
    DD2- only 8 weeks old at the moment so ive got a long while to wait I expect!


 

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