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  • 1-4 weeks (1 month)

    15 7.46%
  • 5-8 weeks (2 months)

    38 18.91%
  • 8-11 weeks (3 months)

    52 25.87%
  • 12-15 weeks (4 months)

    19 9.45%
  • 15-18 weeks (5 months)

    16 7.96%
  • 19-22 weeks (6 months)

    5 2.49%
  • Once I introduced food

    7 3.48%
  • Still wakes

    49 24.38%
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When did your baby 'sleep through' the night?

  1. #41
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    Aug 2005
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    My bub started sleeping through the night at 13 months old: 7-45pm till 6am hooray!!!!!!!!. Only because I decided to give up the breastfeeding, unfortunately. My bub was still breasfeeding so much through the night and as much I didnt want to give it up, I thought enough was enough. I had a couple of rough nights then that was it. He now absolutely loves to drink his fresh cows milk in a sippy cup just through the day now!.

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    Nov 2006

    My first child started sleeping through at 8 weeks, the second one did it at 10 weeks, the third one was at 5 weeks. Books say usually happens between 8-12 weeks. Now, all of my kids go to bed between 7-8pm, and get up between 7-8am.

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    Konradsmom is offline Registered User
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    Feb 2007

    Tried the Gina Ford book but can run like clockwork like it recommends. e.g. bubs doesn't fall asleep during recommended nap times, but does so a few hours the whole program is disrupted...:(

    Bubs is close to 3 months and for a few nights he has been sleeping 7 or more hours through the night, but suddenyl he has regressed back into waking up once at night for a feed.....

    Not sure what hapenned here...

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    loupou is offline Baby Guru
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    Mar 2003
    New Territories

    My eldest was about 6 months old.

    My second was about 18 months old. He also continued to wake up very early (before 6am) until he was about 4 years old.

    Thank goodness that's over!

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    Jane Li-Su is offline Registered User
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    Dec 2007
    Tai Hang Road

    mine is almost 10 months and she still wakes once at night and wake up at around 530am. tried the ferber program for a day but didn't want to see my little angel suffer from crying so badly for an, just gave up on the idea that she will ever sleep through the night until she is older.

    guess this just doesn't happen for some kids....

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    Jo Bowd is offline Registered User
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    Jun 2003
    Beacon Hill, Kowloon.

    My 2nd son is two months old and we had our "first night" last night! He slept from 11pm to 6am. Now I just have to get my toddler to re-learn not to wake at 5am........

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    denny is offline Registered User
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    Jan 2008

    what is the gina ford method, I would like to try it on my 4 year old and 4mth

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    Sage is offline Registered User
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    Jan 2007

    It's "The Complete Sleep Guide for Contented Babies and Toddlers" by Gina Ford.
    ISBN: 9780091912673

    Last edited by rani; 03-07-2008 at 03:32 PM.

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