We all slept better when we moved LO into her own room. We put her in her own room at 3 weeks because she was the noisiest sleeper ever, She would make little grunting noises all night and for 3 weeks I got zero sleep. Plus any tiny noise I made would wake her. After we put her in her room, we all finally got some sleep. I was relieved. She started sleeping longer and longer too. Give it a try!
I had to move my LO at 3 months as he outgrew Moses basket and we couldnt get his cot in our room. The first time we tried was awful and he and I weren't ready (around 10 weeks) I tried a couple of weeks later and he slept much better! He now won't sleep anywhere but hs cot!!!! Xx
I have no idea how you ladies get your LOs to sleep so well so young! lol
Harrison has been in his own room since 4 weeks old. I couldn't take his snoring/grunting/squeaking and just general being noisy lol. Every time he as much as snuffled I was wide awake. And he was also waking up ever 1-2 hours for food. The first night in his cot he slept 7.30-1.30am!!! But average for us atm is 7-11, then 12-3, then 4-6. Which isn't too bad but I would LOVE for him to drop at least 1 of the night feeds lol. I've always been a big sleeper and all this broken sleep isn't much good for me. But it's not all that bad.
My LO definitely slept better in her own room - within a week she started doing 6ish at night til after 6am and in the past two weeks I have only had to go in twice to give her the dummy. I feel human again! I should add that she has been in her own room since around 14 weeks and is almost 18 weeks.
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