We were definitely waking DS up and it feels so much better when you realise he is learning to re-settle and get himself back to sleep, I think it has helped a lot with his day sleeps as well - going from 1 sleep cycle to 2 some days. It doesn't happen every night but I think at least I'm learning his signals a lot better.
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26-09-2012 06:53 #11
26-09-2012 11:53 #12
Sending you some massive hugs, DS has only come good with his sleep in the last few weeks and he is 20 months old. Sleep deprivation sucks.
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