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My first was 4 years old…my second was 12/13 months
My son is 13 months and still wakes several times a night 🥲
My daughter is 3 and still wakes up a few times a night
Usually around 12 weeks or able to go 6-8 hours without being fed, they can sleep throughthe night. I’m not saying they will!
If anything like my son they sleep through the night from like 7 months old until they start getting teeth and then it’s back to being up 3-4 times a night again
Never do… my 5 year old still wakes up like 3 times a night and so does my
2 year old
You or the baby? Baby maybe 6 months, you maybe never again.
Every baby is different. My son is 4 months old and sleeps from 8pm to 5qm. He might wake up and 230 for a diaper change and a little bit of bottle but not always.
It really depends. My 1st did at 3weeks, my 2nd didn’t until she was 2 years, and my 3rd still doesn’t and he is 6! Currently pregnant with 4th who doesn’t sleep at night at all!
I got lucky… Both my boys did from day one.
My daughter was a really good baby and child. Never any problems. Now at age 13, I’m paying for it lol still a pretty good kid tho.
Daughter is almost 6 n still wakes.
Depends on the parent and the baby. We went for long walks during the late afternoon/early evening, (always a new location), she would look around and was very stimulated.
To my recollection, at around two months our daughter slept around four hours, by six months around six.
Caveat, we supplemented breast feeding with formula/rice, (flakes).
My son started sleeping through the night at 2 months
Wait… those things are supposed to sleep
My 26 yr old lives with me and still doesn’t sleep through the night:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
My step daughter wakes in the night 4/5 times a night, my 22 month old sleeps through the night usually, on “bad” nights maybe twice
At 4-9 months, depending upon milestones.
Well we were … then I just had to love her to the crib.