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October 10th, 2013, 07:53 AM
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How are your little one's sleeping? Do they sleep through the night? Do they go to bed easily or is it hard to get them to bed?




I am pretty lucky in the sleep department. Jackson has always been the best sleeper even when he was a little baby. He goes to bed around 8:00 pm and sleeps until we get him up which is around 7:00. on the weekends he will sleep even later which I love because I like to sleep later on the weekends.


Jacob is a great sleeper now. In the very beginning he had something against sleep and hated it. I would sit up for hours just rocking him and nursing him trying to get him to sleep and he would always fall asleep in my arms but the second I put him down he would start crying. Now he goes to sleep pretty easily. I usually lay him down around 8:00 and he will either go right to sleep or play in his crib for a bit until he falls asleep and then he will sleep until around 6:00 or 6:30. I would like him to sleep later on the weekends but thankfully DH and I take turns getting up with him so we get to sleep in atleast one morning on the weekend.
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October 10th, 2013, 08:14 AM
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Haha you all have been hearing about how I sleep these days!

Ethan does real well if I don't have him take a nap and keep him up all day. Then he conks out at 7pm and sleeps the night through.

Kody, on the other hand, when his reflux is doing pretty good, usually wakes about 4 or 5 times a night. When it's not doing well, he wakes almost every hour. We're back to 5 times a night right now thanks to Zantac!
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October 10th, 2013, 04:18 PM
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I hope Kody's reflux gets better soon (so you all can get some sleep and so he feels better).

My LO isn't so little anymore. She's 10 and sleeps through the night. She does think she needs a later bedtime (I think she wants to be a teen already!).
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