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    Hi all just wondering when your bubs start sleeping through the night. I'm not sure if I should say anything and jinx myself but DS has slept almost 8 hours overnight the last 2 nights, he's almost 8 weeks. Is this normal already or am I just lucky?

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    Make the most of the extra sleep while you can! The best advice I ever got from anyone was that baby's can be quite unpredictable when it comes to sleep. You go through patches where they sleep really well and then patches where they dont sleep very well.

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    My bub started sleeping 7 til 5.30 at 7 weeks and continued to do so. She had some bad nights here and there but mostly a great sleeper, She is 16 months now.

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    Both mine didn't consistently sleep through until 15 months before that we had the odd night here at there but no much.

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    DS1 first slept through at just over 2 years

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    DS1slept 12 hours consistently at 8 weeks. DS2 slept through at 18 months. Totally different little guys!!

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    From 4 weeks on DD went to bed around 5pm, had a dream feed at around 11pm, and then slept until 6 - 6.30am. I can't remember at what age we dropped the dream feed, but it was before 6mths.

    She's now 18mths old and still goes to bed at 5pm and wakes around 6am.

    I don't think it's normal, but I do think it's lucky

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    DD was extremely sick for the first couple of months and cried 24-7 then at about 9-10 weeks when we got her health sorted she slept through (12 whole hours!!) and has done ever since.

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    DD started sleeping 10pm-7am at around 8 weeks..hopefully for you your baby continues to do so!

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    I'd enjoy it and hope that it lasts.

    DS has slept 6-7 hours a few times, he's 9 months. I usually only get blocks of 3 hours on a good night.

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