It's been a while since I posted but I've been reading along. We have a sleep consultant coming on Monday. DD is nearly 8 months and I can't remember the last time I had a block of more than 3 hours sleep 😰
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04-03-2016 11:44 #195
I'm not coping well with the humidity up here. And I know it's already starting to cool off in Canberra.
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04-03-2016 16:53 #197Senior Member
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I am now ignoring the mess in the kitchen and lounge.
I am so flipping tired from DS not sleeping last night. He got up every 2 hours. And I could barely sleep in the first place.
So not looking forward to having 2 atm. About 6 weeks left until I have bub number 2. Why do we go back and have multiple children? Are we delirious from lack of sleep that it seems like a good idea?
04-03-2016 17:25 #198
04-03-2016 17:50 #199
Not to worry RAH, it will be cold there by the end of the month. 😀
Will need to be walking at that time. It's too hot any other time. Poor DS, he's not dealing well with the heat at all!
07-03-2016 14:41 #200
Not sleeping and not coping- help
Dammit i was barely coping as it was and I kept hoping it was just a blip but it looks as though dd1 is dropping the day nap for the past week or so every second day she hasn't gone to sleep even after an hour or so in the bed (she continually calls out I'm ready! Mum I'm awake!). She copes just fine till bedtime without it. I on the over hand....
She was exhausting as it was, the afternoons have now become a special kind of hell, not her fault but I've napped since high school, even when working (6-3) and I'm a mess without a lay down letting alone when stupidly sleep deprived
Dd2 went down last night at 630, woke 730, 930, 12, 130-2am awake, 330-430 awake, then up for day at 6am. This is a typical night.
Can't wait for daylight savings to end and hopefully can get a bit tougher with her.
I'm dying inside
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