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March 05, 2005


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It's not the same thing, but I can tell you exactly when the NyQuil wears off.


On Thursday this last week, I could count on one hand the hours of sleep I'd had since Monday. At least when they are newborns, they sleep during the day too (usually). It is somehow much harder when they are older than when they were new, isn't it? I hope they settle down over the weekend and you can all catch up.

Bernard Guerrero

I feel your pain. Katerina just slept through the night for the first time ever, so I feel all disjointed, like a fellow just let out of prison after 20 years.

Laura Gallagher

I sympathize, that's my usual life.

Went better last night. We're starting to try to put Jamie down to bed while still awake, with Maggie. She goes into the big bed in the nursery, him into the crib - so is the theory, but in reality she insists on going into the crib with him. Usually he wakes up around 3 to 4 am and needs a change and nursing. Last night he didn't - I got to sleep from just before 1 am until 7!


Carrie - I hope Catie will get better, and better. It's hard sometimes when they are sick or recuperating -- I'm sometimes amazed at the fierceness of my resentment when I don't get enough sleep. It's not their fault but it sure feels different at 4 am!

Laura - we're still trying to find a good sleeping solution. The boys share a very small room but they don't usually wake each other up - not matter how much one will squeal and scream. Still, I do have this notion that they both might sleep longer/better/deeper if they each had a room to themselves. Alas, not in this house. Maybe in the next one.

Bernard, yes. Oh, yes.


Allison has slept through the night since she arrived here from the factory. I believe she woke up once in 2004, cried for 2-minutes and fell back asleep! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

I know, I know, the gods of babies sleeping through the night DEFINITELY read this blog and I will soon be paying for my insensitive, gloat-filled comment but what the heck, sometimes throwing caution and good-sense to the wind is good for the soul!


Humph. And when she wakes up at 2 am, I will be sure to make Larry gets up and goes in there...


Hmmm. That was supposed to be English. My brain is fried after 2+ days of high fever.
I meant to say: And when she wakes up at 2 am, I will make sure that Larry gets up and goes in there...

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