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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


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


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


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


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