How long does the 10 month sleep regression last?

(6 Posts)
ANiceSliceOfCake Wed 29-Jun-16 03:52:02

As my title says.
I think it's a combination of teething, learning new skills as he's pulling himself up and maybe a bit of seperation anxiety.

He's never been a great sleeper anyway, but now up for hours in the night trying to settle my boy and put him back down.

So ....... Any ideas how long this may last. ?

Gillian1980 Wed 29-Jun-16 12:56:47

Lasted about 6 weeks for us, it's pretty much behind us now with the odd unsettled evening.

Bloody horrific but it will get better.

I just had to spend 6 weeks rocking her to sleep numerous times a night, then transfer her to the cot which often failed and had to rock her again.

FifiFerusha Wed 29-Jun-16 16:06:56

About three weeks or so for my DS at nine months. left him to play in his cot a lot while I purposely bobbed in and out to give him some milestone practice and also resolve a bit of the seperation anxiety. Worked a treat but I think I was lucky.

Coconut0il Wed 29-Jun-16 16:12:10

We had one awful week with DS2 up for hours every night, I'm sure it was his teeth cutting through.
I either left him in his cot with toys or if he was crying I took him downstairs so he didn't wake DS1.

ANiceSliceOfCake Wed 29-Jun-16 21:52:32

gillian that's exactly the same for me, at least it's not just us then.

I know there's no answer. Just nice to know I'm not alone.

FifiFerusha Fri 01-Jul-16 19:29:32

Try the putting them in their cot while you do things and bobbing in and out during awake time. it did really work for us x try anything to help if you think there isn't an answer x

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