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#1 of 5 Old 06-17-2006, 03:52 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Okay, I don't want to get too excited and jinx anything but in the past four nights, Guinevere has SLEPT THROUGH THE NIGHT!

Yep, that's 1:00am to 7:00 (or 8:00 even).

What a wonderful thing

*does a happy dance*

She also takes long naps from about 9:00am til noon, so I have been able to get things done around the house more.

So we have a schedule! And it's been wonderful thus far. Here's hoping she sticks to it.

(Disclaimer: she's still nursing like a trooper, and has gained over 4 lbs since birth, is very alert for long periods, and she is the one determining the schedule, not us. I'm just thrilled that she's settling into a routine finally )

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That's great! Sleep is a precious luxury with small babies! Now *knock on wood*
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Here's hoping it lasts

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Woo that's good. My babe's gained about 4 pounds too.

And though he doesn't sleep through the night, we do get a good amount of sleep in. We try to put him to bed by 10 PM, but that usually means he sleeps from 11:30 to 5 AM. Still that's pretty good, even if he does wake up once in a while at 2 or 3.

Does anyone know when babies start rolling over?
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I think I read somewhere that the rolling over thing is 3-4 months?

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