My boy still wakes once or twice in the night and I am happy with that. He usually settles quick and I'm coping ok on the broken sleep so in happy to wait it out.
My HV suggested otherwise and after a sleepless night and paddys and tantrums - just from me! - we stuck with what we know works for us.
(she said he should be sleeping through, to take his dummy away and let him cry it out - it lasted less than one night!)
My twins boys are one week shy of 6 months, and they still don't sleep through the night. Not showing any signs of sleeping through any time soon either. And they hardly nap during the day. Half the time, when they wake in the night, they don't want to go back to sleep. I don't know how any of us are surviving. lol.
We co-sleep as we found this is the ONLY thing that will help lo sleep through the night. She is struggling with naps lately but I am starting to think my lo just needs her mummy to comfort her - so my decision is stuff the housework, I will sit on my ass all day and let my lo sleeps on me if she wants to
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