I was lucky my DD slept through from day one, I did wake her to feed for a period of time but once I was confident she was gaining weight I just left her to it. When I wrap her up and hold/rock her she knows its nap time and sometimes she will go in her Moses basket during the day. At night around 8.30-9 we put her down in our room after she falls asleep, she will sleep until around 6am. We never set a routine we just were lucky enough that she had her own. She has been solely BF.
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