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    My DD is 6 months and its split about 50/50 some nights she sleeps through, some she will wake for a feed. but overall she is a pretty good sleeper!

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    Ds is 2.5 and has only slept through half a dozen times ...

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    14 months except when teething or sick.

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    Around two years old with DD. Still waiting for DS(nearly 7 months) but we expected as much after our experience with DD.

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    Ds#1 about 6-8 weeks
    Ds#2 about 4 months

    Late night dream feeds for both around 11.30pm then woke for next feed around 6am thats sleeping through to me?

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    DD didn't start sleeping through until about 1 and a half. She still wakes up in the middle of the night occasionally!

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    From 2months for both my boys. They would still has patches were they would wake for a dreamfeed when they were going through a growthspurt though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milktini View Post
    From 2months for both my boys. They would still has patches were they would wake for a dreamfeed when they were going through a growthspurt though.
    Lucky you! Please share your secret hehe!

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    21 months for DS1. Not yet for DS2.

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    A few days before she turned 1


 

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