View Poll Results: At what age did your child/ren start sleeping through the night?

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  • 1m

    2 3.85%
  • 2m

    18 34.62%
  • 3m

    10 19.23%
  • 4m

    2 3.85%
  • 5m

    2 3.85%
  • 6m

    1 1.92%
  • 7m

    1 1.92%
  • 8m

    2 3.85%
  • 9m

    2 3.85%
  • 10m

    3 5.77%
  • 11m

    2 3.85%
  • 12-18m

    6 11.54%
  • 18-24m

    6 11.54%
  • Over 2 years

    6 11.54%
  • My child is/was over 2 and still frequently waking through the night/I am a walking zombie

    3 5.77%
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Wanna swap?

    Mine's 6 months and I can't imagine him sleeping through...ever. I think he did once at about 3 months.

    I've just accepted it might never happen, so if it does it will be a pleasant surprise.

    We co-sleep and he sniffs out the milk a couple of times during the night, dozily has a drink and nods back off. My bladder is probably more disruptive.

    lol talk to me in three years when you are stil living on little to no sleep lol


    I would love just one full nights sleep, or even for DD to either not wake for 3 hours or not need meds for 3 hours in a row would be bliss ahhhh I wish

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    DD was a great sleeper and slept thru at 6 weeks old. She woke up here and there with teeth but she was great.

    DS however.... he did start sleeping thru at about 8 weeks. But the reflux hit, then after that finished he woke up seriously 10 times a night for about 8months

    Now at nearly 2 he usually wakes up at least once a night. Around 4.00 is the norm, sometimes he goes back down until about 6am, other times he stays up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikenzees mum View Post
    lol talk to me in three years when you are stil living on little to no sleep lol


    I would love just one full nights sleep, or even for DD to either not wake for 3 hours or not need meds for 3 hours in a row would be bliss ahhhh I wish
    Hmn, maybe I'll reiterate my comment of "wanna swap?" (but the other way around, and just for your longed-for night).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Hmn, maybe I'll reiterate my comment of "wanna swap?" (but the other way around, and just for your longed-for night).

    i wasnt having a go hun, Just laughed I remeber way back when DD was a baby and came home from hospital after her surgery and a friend of mine said to me is she sleeping though I was like No shes not but I dont care if she never sleeps though just happy she is home lol after 3 years i SO want sleep lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikenzees mum View Post
    i wasnt having a go hun, Just laughed I remeber way back when DD was a baby and came home from hospital after her surgery and a friend of mine said to me is she sleeping though I was like No shes not but I dont care if she never sleeps though just happy she is home lol after 3 years i SO want sleep lol
    oh no, I didn't think you were having a go, I'm making a genuine offer (well, you know what I mean) - you need a good rest! I can't conceive of not sleeping properly for three years.

    I mock complain but I barely get woken up and get good day sleeps anyway.

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    DD started sleeping though at around 4-5 weeks- as in she went to bed at 9pm, wok at 7am. Then she started waking up at wround 7 months, and she got back into sleeping through again at 10 months. Sometimes, but very rarely she will wake up, but mostly she is all about sleeping!!

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    DD started sleeping 7pm-7am from 9weeks old and DS is 14mo and still waking numerous times a night *sigh*


 

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