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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Oh no. That sounds a bit like our house except we only have 2 kids. And DH has been unwell for the last forever...
    It sux doesnt it!

    Add in to that that my DS1 sleep walks often and also wees in random places around the house in his sleep!

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    FFS baby, why does it have to be such a battle to get you to bed? You are tired, so tired but you cannot sleep in my arms, you have to go into your own bed.... Damn you 4 month sleep regression...... She had grown out of this crap....
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    I am so over ds waking 2-4 hourly every single night! I have a permanent headache from being so exhausted :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by LamaBana82 View Post
    I am so over ds waking 2-4 hourly every single night! I have a permanent headache from being so exhausted :'(

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    I'm in the same boat with DD. It's so old now, so boring. I'm constantly knackered and today my head is cranking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    I'm in the same boat with DD. It's so old now, so boring. I'm constantly knackered and today my head is cranking.
    Yes, you're exactly right. So boring. I'm so over talking about it, thinking about it. Over it.

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    Having trouble getting DS down during the day it's a nightmare! :-(


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    Dd has been sound asleep for 3 hours now. No such luck for me... I'm unable to sleep because I keep thinking I can hear her.
    In related news, I think I may have stumbled onto something... It's a little bit *out there* and in bit entirely sure yet, I'll see how this night goes, but even now... I can't remember the last time she did 3 hours?!

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    Ooh sounds interesting, hope you have a good night and we hear about it tomorrow!!! 3 hrs is good! We are usually 2 max.:-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Boogaloo View Post
    Yes, you're exactly right. So boring. I'm so over talking about it, thinking about it. Over it.
    I hear ya. Not even bothering talking about sleep problems anymore to friends, it's just so repetitive. I must sound so boring, especially when I did sleep school at new years and my problems were solved..... for all of two weeks!!!

    We are on holiday this week and dd is 'sleeping' in a travel cot. Eg. Sleeping in bed with me for 90% of the night and bf every hour. So uncomfortable!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Ooh sounds interesting, hope you have a good night and we hear about it tomorrow!!! 3 hrs is good! We are usually 2 max.:-(
    Yep that's my night too 2 hours between feeds until 5am then he wakes anyway and I spend the next 30 mins next to his cot patting his bum until he closes his eyes only to have him wake at 6.30 anyway


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