So DH and I were at a wedding last week and were at a table with 3 other couples with babies...of course, the conversation got around to sleep. At the table were parents of an 8 month old, 9 month old and 10 month old and then DH and I - with a 15 month old. Out of the 4 babies (and with mine being the oldest!) my child was the only one NOT sleeping through the night. I couldn't believe this - they all told me that their babies slept anywhere from 11-13 hours straight without getting up. I didn't tell them I co-sleep (I didn't know these people and didn't feel up to getting the strange looks it can sometimes result in!) but then they all started asking what I was doing and what he was doing when waking up trying to "problem solve" it for me. Well when he wakes (probably about 2-3 times in the night) he wakes very briefly, I nurse him and he is back to sleep within minutes. I ended up getting advise that does not go in line with my parenting style (e.g. switch to a bottle, CIO, move to his own room etc.). I just sort of listened but told them I was okay with how things were. I never felt his night waking was odd - in fact, I felt he was pretty much on target for what I would expect. Yes, I'm tired - but I don't believe in CIO and have been through this before with DS#1 who eventually started STTN on his own at about 2 years old. I know he will eventually sleep on his own so just feel like its all part of the journey. So I guess I'm wondering...am I off in my thinking...is it weird that he isn't sleeping better? How are others children sleeping at this age??