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Aug 2013 babies group? Im on one but very quiet :(

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18 weeks old and finally sleeping through! Cant believe it! Bed at 7/7:30, up after 8! I wont hold my breath for it lasting though. She outgrew her moses basket so we put her in her cot in a sleeping bag. Slept badly (up 2 times in night) then was sock on shoulder of bag one night after 1am feed (she has reflux), so i couldnt be bothered to get the other one out thr airing cupboard so just put her back in cot with blanket and she slept for 8 hours! Been going longer ever since. Sleeping bags are going on ebay!

Trooperslane Thu 12-Dec-13 11:24:19

Gah. Epic post didn't work.

Nutshell - Ditsy, she's down between 7 and 8 after feed/story. Not sleeping at all during the day though confused

She's now 17 weeks and I'm lucky enough to be off work til end Septembergrin

Trooperslane Thu 12-Dec-13 11:21:52

Hi Ditsy

She goes down after feed/story anywhere between 7 and 8....

Now she won't sleep during the day confused. Can't have it all roads and directions I suppose!

And yes the plane was much easier than anticipated. Airport staff incredibly helpful -when they're usually a nightmare there-

purplemurple1 Thu 28-Nov-13 22:18:35

Teething = get him too

purplemurple1 Thu 28-Nov-13 22:17:20

Hi ladies I'm just about in the Aug club ds was born on the 31st.

He is crashing out about six thirty until 1am then again until 5am, then I force him up at 830 so I can dress him before his 9 feed - he has got so sleepy since turning 2 months I think he must be slowing in his growth. Looking forward to him making it through the night if I can teething to stay awake for longer.

Ate any of you back at work yet?

We flew at 6 week's only needed about half of the nappies and food we took, a good warm blanket to wrap him so we could both sleep was invaluable.

Ditsy79 Tue 26-Nov-13 12:16:39

Hi Troopers! Big congrats on your DD sleeping through til 7 smile What time does she get put to bed? Our DD is now 16 weeks and quite often sleeps through, but we don't put her in her crib til about 10pm. We know this needs moving forward, but are worried that she will start to wake more in the night if we do. I suppose we have just got to bite the bullet and do it!
Glad your DD was okay on the plane, we are hoping to go abroad early next year and hoping DD won't scream the plane down.

Trooperslane Tue 26-Nov-13 09:27:13

Can I join you? Dd is 14 weeks and stunned me by sleeping til 7am. Feel slightly delirious - not used to this much kip! We also had our first flights at the weekend - she was a perfect baby smile

Ditsy79 Mon 25-Nov-13 20:53:01

We're fine thanks, can't believe how quickly the last 16 weeks have flown by.

Oh well. We will have to keep it going thensmile. We are good thanks. You and yours doing ok?

Ditsy79 Mon 25-Nov-13 08:07:11

Oops :-) should be :-(

Ditsy79 Mon 25-Nov-13 08:06:33

Hi pink
Hope you and your little one are doing well. I've got no idea why the other thread has gone so quiet, people seem to have disappeared :-)

Tut, busy

Just wondering if i have missed a really bust aug group on here or is it just a quiet month?

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