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In our sleep deprived states as parents with newborns, we are often anxious to get back to sleeping through the night. Perhaps one of the hardest things about it is not knowing when it will happen for sure. It would be easier if we knew it would be 9 weeks, right? Then we could mentally prepare ourselves. This poll is intended to help people see what is typical, and also that there are situations that are not in the range of typical.
It is very helpful for me when compiling answers if you at least number the answers you give. You can also copy the questions and answer them. If the question does not apply to you, simply put “N/A.”
- What age did your child start sleeping 7-8 hours uninterrupted consistently?
- What age did your child start sleeping 9-10 hours uninterrupted consistently?
- What age did your child start sleeping 11-12 hours uninterrupted consistently?
- Did baby sleep through the night on his/her own, or did you do something to expedite the process?
- If yes to 4, what did you do? Was it successful?
- If you tried cluster feeding, do you feel like it helped baby sleep through the night?
- If you did the dreamfeed, do you feel like it helped baby sleep through the night?
- If you did CIO at night, how many nights did it take to get to sleeping through the night?
- What helped baby sleep through the night?
- What hindered baby sleeping through the night?
- Any words of wisdom or encouragement for parents hoping to have their baby sleep through the night?
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