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You are doing all of this way way to late at night. At 2 he needs to be going to bed around 8 o'clock because children need more sleep then adults. It's also not a good idea to have him watching t.v up to an hour before bed. Make sure he uses that bathroom before bed. I suggest that when he does wake up like that don't take him to your bed, leave him be. ...


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I can only provide my opinion and (so far) experience about that. I have son (almost 4) and a daughter (15 months), and both sleep fine. I can't say how much depends on their characters, genetics, etc. But nevertheless, one advice that I have read, that we followed, and turned out quite successful for us: Never take your child in your bed. In the very ...


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I'm going to echo the recommendations for forcing naps every 1.5 to 2 hours, as well as the recommendation for swaddling. My daughter will not sleep unless we actively force a nap on her. Since we increased the frequency to every 2 hours, it has helped combat her colicky cries. Also, there's a chance that he doesn't actually hate swaddling. Fighting it ...


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I agree that you are very lucky with your daughter's sleep. She sleeps much better than our 18 month old too. However, I can say that our son also used to be very erratic after the first 45 min sleep cycle, it was always unpredictable whether he would wake up or not. If he did wake up he would always cry. If we comforted him quickly he would go back to ...


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This is just a personal opinion, but a 6 month old is still a very tiny baby who needs your presence and affection a lot of the time. If she sleeps through the night most of the time I'd say you're luckier than most people. Pretty sure she'll learn to sleep through that first cycle as well sooner rather than later and personally I wouldn't mind being with ...



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