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    Thanks for the replies everyone. I've started the dream feed, as she wouldnt wake up and it would be 13 hours between feeds overnight. Sitting here now holding her up post-feed 😴

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    DS9yrs was 3 months and doing 6pm to 6am. DS3wks I think will not be that kind to me

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    DS1 9 months - but it was because I stopped offering rather than him sleeping through on his own terms. He was on a good solids routine by then so the night feeds were purely comfort.

    DS2 I imagine will be similar, still has 2-3 feeds most nights at 5 months, he is an active little growing boy!

    I never found the dream feed made much difference for us so stopped trying.

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    DS was about 6 months old, I think.
    DD was 12 months. It was the very last one she dropped

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