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May 8th, 2014, 10:53 PM
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Another thread got me wondering - what is your sleep schedule? Who is sleeping through the night?

Well for me DH doesn't get home until 1 am and I go to bed by 10 these days, but Truely seems to wake up right before 1. So I get up then to feed her and then before she's done DH is usually home and changes her, finishes feeding her while I go back to bed, and then he'll get her to sleep. If she wakes up again before 5 he'll get up with her (sometimes he just stays up all night until I wake up). But I try to get up with her when she normally wakes up around 5. And then sometimes if she's not up to long at the 5 am feeding I'll go back to bed also.
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May 9th, 2014, 06:04 AM
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Sleep schedules are tough this young. DS1 was sleeping 7PM to 7 AM by 8 weeks. DS2 is almost there. He's sleeping 10:30PM to 5AM right now. I'm feeling great with that much sleep, but I will say, he is very sensitive to cold and gas, so if he feels cold, he starts to fuss in his sleep and I have to put an extra sleep sac on him. If he has gas, he starts to fuss in his sleep and I wake up and check on him repeatedly, so he may be sleeping, but I'm not.
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May 9th, 2014, 03:19 PM
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Toren's *normal* sleep schedule:

In his bed 10pm-12am (I stay awake with daddy)
In my arms in my bed from 12am-2am.
In his bed 2am-8/9am, with anywhere from 0-3 more wake ups in between to sleep nurse.


^All that is subject to change (growth spurt, sleep regression, mental leap). Last night wasn't bad. The night before that was a challenge.
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