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    Well, all three of my boys were full on during the day AND terrible sleepers. So lucky me got hit with the best of both worlds

    For me, it's a no brainer, full on during the day but great sleepers, would be my pick. Without. A. Doubt.

    Oh, and my reason, is because I haven't slept longer than a 2-3 hour (if I'm lucky!!) stretch in 5.5 years and counting. I would give anything to have had decent sleeps before having to deal with horrendous days. A.N.Y.T.H.I.N.G.
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    The first - which is just what my DS is. A non-stop ball of energy in the day but has always been a good sleeper.

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    Good night sleeper, I baby wear so little to no day sleeps doesn't bother me. When DS was little and feeding 2 hourly until 5 months I was a stressed out zombie.

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    I'd totally take a great night sleeper and full on during the day. I can take one anything as long as I have a good sleep!

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    DD was both too, persnickety and all the planets had to be aligned for her to sleep more that 20 mins during the day ( under 12 months) and woke up all night as well.

    I choose the night sleep as well, then I could cope with the days, but yeah got neither in that first year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Good sleeper at night. I need my 10 hours sleep and duribg the day I'm always rushing around with my elder kids anyway.

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    This for me too.

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    Good sleep at night plus one who likes to sleep in late haha

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    For 5 months i had both, full on during the day and up all night.

    She is 9.5 months now, sleeping through the night and pretty chillaxed and happy to be in the walker or crawling around.

    But for the first 7-8 months i hadto hold her non stop all day or she'd scream.


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.

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    Good night sleep!!!!!

    20mths and still not a great sleeper!!!

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    Good night sleeper is the much better of the two options you have provided


 

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