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Dare I ask how those that posted on the 'sleep regression support and solidarity' thread last year are getting on? (cakebaby, ellie, noisybrain etc etc)

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Tiredemma Sat 13-Dec-14 19:51:47

Dare I ask??

Are we still all awake at ungodly hours??

DD seems to have found a pattern- a 'night on/night off'

One night will sleep through 6.30-6.30. The next night will torment me with approx 3x wakings.

Hope all is well for you all. I remember our frustrated middle of night ramblings- they were the only thing keeping me mildly sane.

cakebaby Sat 13-Dec-14 20:54:03

Heeeeellllooooooo emma !!!!!!!! Was wondering how cakeis was getting on the other day after reviewing PM's.

Wow those were dark, dark, dark days indeed.....shuddering thinking about it

<whispers> ds currently self settling at 7 and going through til at least 6, had an awful run of 5am starts for a few months.

We've had starting nursery, illness, me in hosp for 5 days not allowed to see ds, back to work, house move, illness, clock change, ds in hosp.....total nightmare. Dropped all naps bar one of 2 hrs which can start anytime from 10 to 1.

No doubt it'll all change again soon.

cakebaby Sat 13-Dec-14 20:55:32

D's now 15 months. Maybe this will give someone desperate some hope?

cakebaby Sat 13-Dec-14 20:56:22

ds still same fucking stupid tablet fgrin

Tiredemma Sat 13-Dec-14 21:08:17

its just FLOWN by hasn't it?

DD is zooming around, ripping baubles off the tree, terrorising the dog and saying NO when I want her to say yes and vice versa.

The week she started walking she just didnt sleep at all for three nights- I would go into her room and she would be stood up in the cot making 'marching' movements.

I hope we give others faith...

cakebaby Sat 13-Dec-14 21:27:20

ROAR @ marching movements!!!!!

Yet to put tree up shortage of Xmas spirit how do you keep her away from tree?

ds 15 months, running, jumping, screaming, going rigid when attempting car seat....1st public tantrum in restaurant last week......fblush

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