11 months.... But now at 17 months, after relocating 6 weeks ago and then sickness put her back to overnight wakenings.
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01-04-2015 07:25 #51
18-04-2015 21:21 #52
Ok so because I'm a giant nerd and love graphs, I thought I'd compile the responses to this thread for your viewing pleasure
It's quite interesting that it's obviously not a normal distribution (like most things relating to human ability and development), but almost a bimodal distribution. Suggesting babies are likely to either sleep through at a young age, or… they don't! In the latter case it'll usually happen between their first and second birthdays.
42% of babies slept through by six months, 60% by one year, and 90% by two years.
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I included babies that were reported as not sleeping through yet at their current ages, so this data errs on the side of sleeping through at younger ages than reality.
Further analysis on whether these ages were correlated with parenting style, temperament, or several other factors would be interesting but sadly this thread lacks such detailed data
18-04-2015 21:25 #53
What does it look like if you have a "not sleeping through yet" category. I'm worried that the bimodel pattern is because of incorrect grouping of the data.
I would love to see the follow up thread linking in parenting style!
Also, how did you define sleeping through?
Eta: oh so there was something wrong with the y axis afterall lol. Frequency doesn't equal number of children.
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18-04-2015 21:38 #56
Dd1- still waiting. She is 8 in July. Every now and then she goes a few weeks with no waking during the night but has never consistently slept through.
Dd2- 6 weeks. Loves her sleep.
Dd3- about 2.5/3 months once we got reflux under control.
Dd4- about 3 months.
18-04-2015 21:47 #57Senior Member
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My DS is 6.5yo and still wakes up through the night, It does get easier, he doesn't wake up as often as he did when he was younger.
He is also easier to put back to bed without tantrums and crying.
From birth to 2yo was the worst part, it got easier from there.
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18-04-2015 22:14 #58
"Sleeping through" was just however the responding parent defined it.
Y-axis is the number of children reported as sleeping through at the age on the x-axis.
Percent sleeping through by age is roughly...
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...I haven't done proper stats since undergrad so I hope I haven't made any terrible mistakes here
18-04-2015 22:25 #59
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