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Smiling the Days Away: 6 Month Update.

I can pretty much sum things up like this:  I find myself smiling pretty much every waking moment I’m in the presence of Toby.

This kid – he’s awesome.   722 more words

Infertility

Fathering to Sleep: Never Underestimate a Fathers Touch

I remember when we brought my son home from the hospital, he cried excessively. He was a “High Needs” baby and the situation was nothing like my husband was envisioning. 1,606 more words

Montana Sleep Coach

Sleep Like a Baby

I like to sleep.  And I am really good at it – just ask anyone who knows me.  I can’t think of any sports, hobbies or academic interests that I am adamant my children inherit from my husband or me.   1,214 more words

Motherhood

Four-Month Sleep Regression

I had never heard of it until it started happening. Since the end of May David has been sleeping 12-hour nights, usually waking once in the early morning to eat, and taking two two-hour naps with a short 30-45 minute nap in the late afternoon. 656 more words

Josh

how we're raising baby hugo

I’ve been working on a series of blog posts that have been sitting in my drafts folder for months now. In April, I accepted a part-time teaching position that begins in mid-August. 1,973 more words

Parenting

Sleep During Infancy

For three or four weeks after birth the infant sleeps more or less, day and night, only waking to satisfy the demands of hunger; at the expiration of this time, however, each interval of wakefulness grows longer, so that it sleeps less frequently, but for longer periods at a time. 481 more words

Child Care

40 winks . . . to zero.

The end of the school year is approaching. This is a time that once filled me with joy and now leaves me with large amounts of dread. 770 more words

Parenting