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    DD1 - stopped feeding her at around 10 months and she slept through for a while, then started waking again at about 20 months and still wakes once or twice (she's 2 now) but no need to settle - we just tell her to go back to sleep......or else!

    DD2 - she's only 5 weeks old so she wakes up whenever the hell she wants to!

    I'm so used to waking up at night now that it doesn't really bother me that much.......

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    DS is 5.5 months and last night I was feeding every 2 hours. A few weeks ago he'd go from 10:30pm to 4:30am and I miss those days.

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    12 weeks for sleeping through without a feed. About 4 months for sleeping through without me having to get up & stick the dummy back in.

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    DS#1 a year old
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    Apparently I have cream as breast milk , all put on weight beautifully.

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    DD has slept all through the night since birth...She has one dreamfeed at 3am, and thats it.

    I feel lucky....
    I have never had to burp her, Just one of the many joys of breastfeeding...

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    Both my children started to sleep through since they were 3 months old.

    Since he moved to his big bed, ds sometimes wakes up once in the night, but will go back to sleep with no problem.

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    DD is three and most nights she wakes in the early hours of the morning and comes into bed with us.

    DS is 11 months and still feeds and snuggles during the night.

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    still waiting for the day...
    ds is 14 months and feeds once a night. he will have a run of no feeds and sleeps through when it is not too hot or cold.
    i am happy with that

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    #1 - 3 weeks
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    #5....don't bloo dy ask!!!! LOL

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    Ds would sleep about 5/6hours through from birth. @ 8 weeks he slept from 9-30pm till 6am without a feed.

    He now goes down 7pm till 7am, still does not get a feed throughout the night although may need resettling. I don't pick him up or talk to him during the night unless he is screaming though. & when he is not teething, unwell or immunised then his sleeping through..


 

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