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25-04-2014 18:48 #211
25-04-2014 18:48 #212
Lol at my bad typos when I am on the phone!! Makes me cringe!!
29-04-2014 12:47 #213
So... I haven't slept more than 3 hours of broken sleep a night for the past 11 months. Rarely more than 40mins in a row. Often no more than an hour total.
Been doing fine with it, hasn't really been bothering me.
Back at work now 3 days per week and trying to get to the gym daily too, and it's really starting to catch up. I can't stop eating junk because it's the sugar and caffeine that get me through the day. YAWN.
29-04-2014 18:15 #214
No more than three hours total per night? How are you even going to work?!?? I would be in tears all the time. I am bad on the amount I get and it's more than you. Huge hugs!!!
30-04-2014 06:37 #215
DD rolled over and slept on her tummy about 4 and she is still down now! I don't want to get too excited but this is the longest she's slept for early morning. Could this be it or is it a one off fluke haha
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30-04-2014 08:18 #216
It could be! Some babies sleep better and deeper on their tummies!
My dd was trying to practice crawling in her sleep all night last night.
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30-04-2014 19:07 #217
So I've just put her down on her tummy she didn't even protest! We shall see ladies.. Fingers crossed.
She is teething on the bottom so a bit sooky the poor poppet.
30-04-2014 19:08 #218
30-04-2014 19:58 #219
Even better tonight. Trying to let her settle in the cot, kept on standing. We got to 11- every time I would pick her up, give her a quick hug and lay her down. Poor thing was so exhausted she couldn't stand for number 12, but still put up a good fight of going to sleep in her cot. Just grizzling, and I was patting and singing the whole time.
I neeeed df to lower the base- might have to do it myself tomorrow
30-04-2014 21:47 #220
Aww that's cute, poor poppet so tired she can't stand.
My dd stands each time she wakes at night now. I find it really sweet when I go into her and she's standing there in the cot smiling at me, getting excited to see me and bouncing up and down. Not so sweet when it takes an hour or more to get her back to sleep though!!!!
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