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Posted by teegs, 11th March 2019

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  • I was doing it every two hours

  • My daughter the night before turning 2 months old (8 weeks old thus) started to sleep ten hours in a row.

  • Out of the six , my 2nd child was the best around the ten week mark. He slept 9-10pm to about 7am next day, yes he was breastfeed. The others ranged about 5-6 hours max with the younger ones being twins so they would sometimes wake the one ( this was solved when both went into the same cot). All babies are different in their sleep patterns. My 2nd one in his first week would be having his long sleep in the daytime, then around week 2-3 slept through the night.

  • My first born would only sleep 20 min at a time until they were 9 months old. If you are a mum of a child who doesn’t sleep my advice is don’t keep comparing your child to everyone elses – it will drive you insane. I constantly felt terrible, stressed and depressed about the other bubs in mums group who would sleep most of the night. If your child isn’t settling, go to your GP and rule out any reflux or other issues that may impact on settling and sleep. Then look into Tressilian care or similar to get the help you need for settling your baby.

  • I was very lucky with my first baby who slept from about 11pm – 5pm at 7 weeks old but my second baby was waking around every 4-6 hours for a feed.

  • At 10 weeks, my Bub was still waking up every 2-3 hours for a feed.

  • 4 to 6 hours but it was mainly 6 and at 12 weeks she was sleeping the whole night through.i had a pretty good baby

  • I was lucky – my breastfed twins slept through the night at 13 weeks. I think one of them would have done this earlier but I chose to wake him when his twin needed a feed. At 10 weeks they were sleeping about 4 hours (sometimes 5).

  • My breastfeed baby would do 4-6 hours. Sometimes longer but all went down hill when she hit the 4 month sleep regression.

  • My breast feed boys we’re hungry and I don’t think I got more than 3 hr

  • 2 hours was standard occasionally I was treated to 4.

  • 2 hours

  • My firstborn was a shocking sleeper, second was a bit better. At 10 weeks, they were only getting breast milk, so a few hours sleep for me in one block was heaven

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