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My children's sleep issues are depressing me

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pleasemothermay1 Mon 05-Sep-16 04:20:20

It's 4am I am up not because I want to be I been woken so many times now I cantgetback to sleep

The girls keep waking each other up with there constant want for co sleeping

*we have tried this neither me or dh can sleep with either child in the bed also the they wake any way to get in with us so they still don't get a nights sleeps

There bahviour will be awful tomorrow andi really have nothing in the tank I know I will be knacked dd2 is still screaming down the house as I type

Having to deal with this night after night is really taking its toll on me I am really stuggling having 3 children anditsabit beyound my capabilities as another if I am honest I can't really even do any activities with them during the day as there be amour due to tired I soften to awful andi am mostly just tired I can barley do my hair

spad Mon 05-Sep-16 04:28:04

How old are they?

spad Mon 05-Sep-16 04:29:00

Honestly. Don't co sleep if they won't settle.

MrsTerryPratchett Mon 05-Sep-16 04:50:29

How old really is important.

Homebird8 Mon 05-Sep-16 04:59:25

Would they sleep together? My DSs had a bed and a bedroom each but when they were little I only ever found them in one or the other. I gave in and they shared a bed for years and then a bedroom for years longer until the younger one at about 11 decided he wanted a space of his own. The older one would still quite happily share a room at nearly 14 and if we're going on holiday they will still share a bed. Dependent on age, it might work for you. Mine did it from as soon as the little one had the side taken off his cot.

Trifleorbust Mon 05-Sep-16 05:30:15

That's a good idea, Homebird. Me and two sisters shared beds at 4, 3 and 2, with no sleeping issues. Worth trying anyway.

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