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    Oh you poor thing! The same thing has happened to me I feel for you!

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    We've had something similar here this week! DD was doing pretty well and even slept an unbelievable 8.5 hrs last Sunday night! But since then every night has been awful. Can't decide if it's teething or because she's learning how to walk. Either way, it sucks as I've hardly slept in my own bed all week, been on a mattress on her bedroom floor with her as she's super clingy.

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    So my previously good sleeper who only fed once a night has now become miss wakey pants and my eyes are dropping out of my head. For the past week she has been waking like 4 times a night and instead of just feeding and going back off which she normally does, she refuses to feed and writhes and whinges for like 10 mins before deciding to feed and/or go back to sleep. This in itself was annoying but not terrible but last night was just yucky. Yesterday I worked from 6:30 to 5:30 and she picks that night to wake up at 12 and not go back to sleep till 2! She also had her attitude on and hit me when I tried to make her lie down and tried to headbutt too. I want my lil bubba back! I am completely wrecked!

    It is the wonder weeks and the fact I have been working a little more lately I'm sure but I want this phase to end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    We've had something similar here this week! DD was doing pretty well and even slept an unbelievable 8.5 hrs last Sunday night! But since then every night has been awful. Can't decide if it's teething or because she's learning how to walk. Either way, it sucks as I've hardly slept in my own bed all week, been on a mattress on her bedroom floor with her as she's super clingy.
    I'm sure our DD's are twins separated by the universe!

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    Vent! The 2am starts to the day are starting to break me, going to work everyday on small amount of broken sleep is taking it's toll and worst of all it is effecting the way I feel about DD, just bawled in the shower because I just don't have it in me to get through the next hour of what it takes to get out the door to daycare and work, then thinking about how stressful the work day is and then coming home and dealing with DD to get her fed bathed and in bed, I know I'm going to be digging deep for the next 12 to 14 hours AGAIN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mokeybear View Post
    Vent! The 2am starts to the day are starting to break me, going to work everyday on small amount of broken sleep is taking it's toll and worst of all it is effecting the way I feel about DD, just bawled in the shower because I just don't have it in me to get through the next hour of what it takes to get out the door to daycare and work, then thinking about how stressful the work day is and then coming home and dealing with DD to get her fed bathed and in bed, I know I'm going to be digging deep for the next 12 to 14 hours AGAIN!
    Hugs. That's really rough. How old is your DD? She must be tired too being awake at that time! I wonder what's causing it!

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    DD is 2 1/2 and it's a combination of snot and habit, she has had a chest infection for about 8 weeks that I can't get cleared because she spits up most of the antibiotics I literally have to force her to have. I'm starting to get so ANGRY with her about this, I literally have to walk away and calm down and try again only for her to spit most of it out.

    She generally goes back to sleep at about 5 ( when I usually get up anyway) just called work and said I will be in when she wakes up, I'm not waking her and then we have the trauma of getting antibiotics in to her before we go, over it

    If one more mother tells me how much their child loves having medicine I will throw myself in front of a bus, like really!

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    So for the long ragey post I'm just venting!


 

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