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    14 months when I was having dd2. Dd1 went to mu mums for one night from 5pm to 10am and then spent two more nights with dh at home!! I cried everytime she left!!!

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    Dd was 7 months old. she had cut her first tooth that morning too I felt so selfish and guilty

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    We had a night away for our anniversary when DS was 18 months. My parents came and stayed with him. I missed him like mad but wasn't concerned about him sleeping etc as he was and is an amazing sleeper. He also had a night with his other grandparents when DD was born. That's it!

    DD is 21 months - we haven't left her and have no plans to in the near future. She's harder work and it's just in the too hard basket, much as a night away would be great for DH and I.

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    8 months. DH paid for me to have a night in a hotel, pedi and dinner with my SIL while the boys looked after the kids.

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    I went on a mum's night out when DS was 10 weeks old, but he only slept at my parents untill 11pm. I picked him up afterwords.
    His first full night would've been at 4 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwantcake View Post
    She was only 3 days old (and born 5 weeks premature) when I was discharged from hospital and told to go home while she stayed on at the NICU. I bawled my eyes out at the thought of leaving her there.
    Your not alone. I broke down at the doors to NICU when I realised I was going home & not to the ward.

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