With all of these sleep threads it got me thinking

Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by My_First, Nov 16, 2011.

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When did your lo STTN

  1. From Birth

  2. Between 1 week to 2 months

  3. Bewteen 2 months and 4 months

  4. Between 4 months and 6 months

  5. between 6 months and 8 months

  6. between 8 months and 10 months

  7. Between 10 months and 1 year

  8. Between 1 year and 18 months

  9. Between 18 months and 2 years

  10. 2 years plus and still doesn't

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  1. My_First

    My_First Well-Known Member

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    Many think that babies should be STTN from the maximum 6 months, just a poll to see how common it really is. And by STTN I mean the proper 6-7pm until 6-7am, i.e. not needing a bottle/dream feed at 10pm. Teething and sickness not counted as we all understand that this upsets sleep...
     
  2. Natsku

    Natsku Well-Known Member

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    I always thought that its not normal to sleep through (10+ hours) til a year old - thats what keeps me sane anyway :rofl:
     
  3. cissyhope

    cissyhope Pregnant with no 2

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    My LO has always had a dream feed and still does.He started sttn from about 8 months but i still give him a dream feed at 10pm as he has never had enough milk in the day,made no difference to whether he sleeped though honest :haha: as i have always dream feed him iukwim
     
  4. Lauki

    Lauki Mummy and newly pregnant!

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    Not yet :( So can't vote!
     
  5. My_First

    My_First Well-Known Member

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    Thats whats keeping me sane too!
     
  6. Natsku

    Natsku Well-Known Member

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    I also tell myself that everyone else is lying, and their babies don't STTN, and its all just a conspiracy to make me feel bad :haha:
     
  7. Fergie

    Fergie Rainbows & angel mummy

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    Boo sleeps through from 9ish pm to 8am. She's been doing that since about 9 weeks. We've had a couple of blips at 4am but generally thats her sound asleep until morning :D.
     
  8. Tasha

    Tasha 4kids+2angels+16mc
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    Morgan was 6-8 weeks, Naomi-Mae 8/9 weeks and Kaysie Blossom was night 2.
     
  9. Ozzieshunni

    Ozzieshunni Guest

    I think you need to take into consideration feeding method too. I don't know many BF'd babies under 6 months that STTN.
     
  10. Lysal

    Lysal Well-Known Member

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    Oops I voted and missed that you meant with no dream feeds. Lo still has a dream feed about 10. But apart from that has been sleeping through since 6 weeks.
     
  11. new_mummy

    new_mummy Well-Known Member

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    Definitely agree with this. :thumbup:

    My LO was sleeping from 8pm-4am with no wakes/dreamfeeds from 8 weeks old. Then 8pm-6am from 10 weeks. At 15 weeks he started waking again, for 4 weeks. Then from about 19 weeks he has slept 8pm-8am very consistently, but we still have the odd bad night/early morning.
     
  12. cissyhope

    cissyhope Pregnant with no 2

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    but in my case i know that dream feeding makes no difference to whether my LO sleeps or not :shrug: i didnt vote though because the OP specifically said no dream feeders?
     
  13. purapura

    purapura Well-Known Member

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    I hate u people :(

    Mine will go 18:00 till 05:00 on some days. But most of the days he wakes up at 02:00 for a feed. But I am happy he drink during the night as he doesn't drink enough during day...
     
  14. mummy2lola

    mummy2lola Mum to 2 trying for 3

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    Lola was sleeping from 8-7 with no dream feed from 12wks but now she wakes at 4am everyday,sometimes wants a feed and sometimes not and then goes back to sleep xx
     
  15. Louppey

    Louppey Mummy to 2 girls <3

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    WSS!!!!

    I was literally about to post this exactly, followed by :devil:

    Argh I wish Coralie would STTN. I'm a sleep deprived angry zombie.
     
  16. J23

    J23 Mummy pf 2, expecting 2

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    I don't think feeding method makes any difference, my bf baby has slept through from a very early age
     
  17. Shabutie

    Shabutie Mum to Amara & #2 on way

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    A first slept through the might at 6-7 weeks and it was for about 10-12hrs, and freaked us out, we were so worried.
     
  18. Tasha

    Tasha 4kids+2angels+16mc
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    It does in general, but there are exceptions to the rule. Morgan was FF and was 6-8 weeks, Naomi-Mae FF 8/9 weeks and was FF, Kaysie Blossom BF and night 2.
     
  19. Ozzieshunni

    Ozzieshunni Guest

    I said I don't know many BF'd babies that STTN. There are exceptions of course in any situation. Formula takes longer to digest so typically FF babies sleep longer.
     
  20. austinsmom

    austinsmom Well-Known Member

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    I tell myself this too :rofl:
     

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