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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    No help here atm... nights were great with only waking up 3 hourly for feeds.

    Now its 12-25m all night long and day sleeps are crap too.
    if you mean minutes, you just got all my sympathy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    if you mean minutes, you just got all my sympathy!!
    Yep minutes

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    God I thought my 45 minute problem was bad. The sleep thing is by far the hardest part about being a mum. It's so easy to slide into a pit of despair.

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    @turquoisecoast does your DS have a dummy? Our DD was a shocking sleeper, she was waking up to 15 times a night.
    We had a sleep consultant come in and the first thing to go was the dummy and it's made an enormous improvement.

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    ds dropped the dummy what feels like ages ago. he started just spitting it out so we stopped offering it. he goes down now fine. I was in half a mind whether to reintroduce it but I'm thinking I don't bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Yep minutes
    I'm so sorry! That would be horrible, I hope you get a good sleep sometime soon!

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