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    Ive for 3 kids 5&3yo with a 2mth old. Both dd1 and dd3 were sleeping 8hrs by 6wks and 10-12hrs by 8wks old. But dd2 was clockwork 3hrly till 9mths. All three fully EBF and demand fed. It's entirely child dependent.

    But my oldest/baby are NOT the norm at all.

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    Default 3 almost 4 months sleeping.

    My dd slept 10 hrs straight at 3 months exclusively bf.
    12 hrs by 6 mths after solids started and still only feeding on the breast
    Edit. And her bedtime up until 6 mths was 10 pm
    Last edited by Kazza78; 29-11-2015 at 14:12.


 

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