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    Question Sleeping Through the Night

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    When did your babies start sleeping through the night?

    Weeks?
    Months?

    I'm interested to see the general time frame.


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    Not until like 10 months - but my ped. says it was my fault because when C would wake up I would let him eat, I felt like i was starving him if I didnt.. apparently I was supposed to just let him cry it out and learn he cant wake up to eat, and after 2 nights of doing that he has slept through since except when sick or teething

    But Ive heard anywhere form a couple weeks to over a year!
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    Ethan was 6 months old when he began sleeping through the night, until the sun came up.

    Some people have different definitions of "sleeping through the night." My definition is staying asleep until at last 6am, without waking up one for a feeding.
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    Hayden has slept through the night since he was 2 1/2 months old. He sleeps usually until 7 or 8. The only time he wasn't sleeping through the night was when he had a cold.


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    never heard of it!
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    Hunter started sleeping through the night almost immediately. It was wonderful!

    Zayne...not so much. He's usually up at 2-3 am then again at 6-7 am and we're good until 9 or so.
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    Ok

    I'm talking like Bed at Midnight,not waking up until 6 or 7 am.

    Right now she's asleep about now/midnight or so, wakes up at 330am eats, then about 530/6 eats then we are up for the day at about 8.


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    Matt was about 4 months old when he started sleeping through the night and he was on formula. By two months old he was only waking up once around 4 am.

    ETA By "through the night" I mean sleeping until it's a good time for me to be up. So that means going to bed at 8ish and waking up around 6 or 7.
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    Carter did for a good month, and then he stopped . His current schedule is 8-4 (eats) then back to bed til about 7
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    Sara started sleeping through the night at 8 weeks. She'd go to bed about 9 and wake up around 6:30. Now shes 11 weeks. Shes still going to bed around 9 but she'll sleep until 8:30 or 9 if the house stays quiet.
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