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potas Tue 19-Mar-13 20:04:24

Bedtime Live on Ch4
Wonder if there will be any useful tips:-)

SwivelHips Tue 19-Mar-13 20:14:24

Damn right. This first baby is ds only he's a cosleeping nipple sucker rather than a motion addict smile

ktef Tue 19-Mar-13 20:15:24

I am! And we have just done the gradual withdrawal they are showing so will be interested to see how it goes!

lolalotta Tue 19-Mar-13 20:15:36

I am! Though to be fair my DD age 3 is very good now (she wasn 't always, didn't sleep through until 11 months) she goes to bed at 6.30pm and wakes up about 6.30am...just hoping I can get some baby tips, dc no.2 due this summer!

FadBook Tue 19-Mar-13 20:16:46

There's another thread here under Telly addicts:

potas Tue 19-Mar-13 20:17:23

They're doing well so far.
Mine goes to sleep fine at the moment - just wakes up 4am - 5am every night. Hopefully they will do a 'middle of the night live' at some point to help me out with that!!

SwivelHips Tue 19-Mar-13 20:19:47

Ds has just started the 5am wake up this week, its a travesty...

PeteHornberger Tue 19-Mar-13 20:21:34

Yes, am watching avidly as we're doing gradual retreat at the mo with our 18th month old with some success so will be seeing if there are any more tips we can pick up...roll on a full nights sleep grin

They all seem to be doing well so far.

FadBook Tue 19-Mar-13 20:22:02

DD now sleeps through but wakes at 5.30am shouting for "milky" If I can feed her in time, she'll go back to sleep, but if she is awake for longer than 2 minutes, she won't go back off then! I'm not complaining at all, it's taken 18 months for her to "sleep through" (7.30pm -5.30am)!

PeteHornberger Tue 19-Mar-13 21:00:11

We also seem to have 5.30 as a magic wake-up time...although had a 6am the other morning -never, ever thought I'd be pleased that it was 6 in the morning!

INeedThatForkOff Fri 22-Mar-13 14:14:14

Don't make ne laugh. Couldn't watch it because DS wouldn't go to sleep!

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