Yes, a good thing has been happening: E is sleeping through the night regularly. And by sleeping through the night, I mean he sleeps for 8-10 hours without waking up. And by regularly, I mean more than two nights in a row. And now that I have typed all that, I want to delete it. … More But there was a good!
Yep, Still Bad Still not prepared for the bad days when they come. E’s sleep has gotten worse, not better — we’re in week two of nights where A and I get a few hours of sleep each, an hour at a time, and E sleeps on us. It is bad, it is bad, it … More Bad Days
O HAI YOU MAY REMEMBER MY BABY WHO DOES NOT SLEEP Once again, Baby E (or maybe I should transition to just plain E, or maybe Little E? He laughs when we say “little” these days) has not been sleeping well. We don’t know why. The neurologist can’t really say, though he did raise E’s … More So tired. Soooo tired.
I am happy to say that I have solved the age-old conundrum: the answer is ALWAYS sleep. (Short-sleepers, you can kiss my ass. Then you can travel way back in time and sleep with my ancestors — that’s BONE, not actual ZZZs sleep — so I too can possess your miraculous genes. Get thee hence, jerkos) … More Cake or sleep?
The Ferbane of my existence Sleep-training is going horribly. We aren’t sure if we’re going to try it past the first night. I guess if we wanted confirmation that Baby E. is not and will never be a normal, healthy little dude, this was a good exercise. Some highlights, or lowlights Our clock started at 8:45 … More More Sleep Misadventures
For the love of Pete, sleeeep Baby E. has decided he doesn’t need to sleep more than a couple of hours at a time. Nights have been FUN for the past month. Whether this can be blamed on teething, brain damage/PVL, or some Wonder Weeks developmental leap woo someone made up to make me feel better about … More Sleeplessness and Creativity
Baby E. will not sleep more than four hours at night. Four hours is not bad, you say! Ah, but these four sleepy hours are followed by four more of wakefulness, so the [best possible] night goes: 9 pm – 1 am: Sleep 1 am – 5 am: WAKEY WAKEY WAKEY PLAY PLAY PLAY LET’S STAND … More Adventures in Exhaustion
I’m so ashamed to say this, but it — IT — not Clown-IT, no euphemism for pregnancy this time, but IT-IT, happened. Baby E. slept through the night. From 8:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. For reals. I woke up at 2:30 in a panic, straining to hear what surely had been a cry, he must’ve been … More Oh my god oh my god
Baby is currently squeaking along in sleep in his sleeper, and I’m trying to type quietly in the rocking chair across from him. I’m not a quiet typer — I’m an emphatic keyboard banger. Yet another habit that needs to change with the arrival of the newborn. Also, the squeaking thing — is this normal? … More Stream of baby consciousness in a quiet moment
Read Greenwich Mean Time this morning. I am experiencing a delightful interim of segmented sleep. Go to sleep in early evening, wake up around midnight, pee (always, always pee. It’s like there was no magical break between first and third trimesters), give the pup a treat, talk in mumbles to A. about dreams, fall back asleep … More Segmented sleep as dictated by pregnancy