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through the night

This winter has been really hard on a lot of people, causing illness after illness and we're all trying to recover as best as we can.  The unfortunate part is the moment we get a good couple of days of weather, the temperatures change and we're back to where we started.

At 7 weeks, Emie was sleeping through the night with no trouble.  Since about 10 weeks, she hasn't done that but maybe a handful of times.  She's almost 36 weeks now, so you can imagine how I'm feeling.  After 36 weeks, it's surprising how your body can just adapt to no sleep or at least broken sleep.

A couple weeks ago, I got really frustrated with the way things were going for us and I went back to look at Coen's 1 year calendar and his blog updates.  Good news, by 10 months, he was sleeping soundly through the night, with a good bedtime routine and hardly any hiccups.

With Emie being just over 8 months old, I'm hopeful that by 10 months, we fall into the same routine.

My normal reaction is to be so frustrated and wanting to blame it on something, but in reality this phase doesn't last too long and while I would love more sleep, I'll get it someday.  And by then she might be in high school and I'll be missing these baby moments so dearly.

Don't worry though, today I put on makeup so that even if I am asleep at my desk, people might not recognize me anyway... 



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Comments

Nadja Brocus said…
My kids are LOUSY sleepers. Both of them wake me up every night. How working moms survive I'll never know.
abkdesign said…
Sleep is overrated! I am not sure when I’ve slept through the night at home or even when I am away from my kids! Cheers to coffee!

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