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Co-sleeping.

I think your 1st child is always the hardest. It’s mainly down to the fact after your first child you’re more relaxed, you know what to expect and you’re not so intimidated by what the professionals say! 961 more words

"But I never get to DO anything anymore!", AKA The New Mother's Lament

The last book that I read (Horns, by Joe Hill – which was, incidentally, fantastic) took me 4 months.

Four. Frikkin’. Months.

I used to devour books. 944 more words

Attachment Parenting

Finding the Time to Think

One of the things no one told me about motherhood was just the very simple fact that there would be days, weeks etc. where you would go without doing lots of thinking.   127 more words

Motherhood

New Room, New Era

Nora’s 26 weeks on Saturday and for the last 3 weeks, we’ve been thinking about putting her in her own room. For the last 4 months we’ve been putting Nora to bed between 7 and 8pm and coming downstairs for a couple of hours to ourselves – including hot dinner!! 507 more words

Sprinkled With Granola

One of the classes I took in my first semester at Michigan State University required that we establish a blog and learn how to optimize it using SEO. 350 more words

Family

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb:  An adventure in sleeping options

2). So this was never explained to me. When you get your child home apparently it doesn’t just sleep in a crib (okay this isn’t entirely true but I’m getting there). 807 more words

I am like Farley Mowat when he was living with the wolves.

By sleeping only in 45-minute chunks. Sucks to be those wolves – they don’t get coffee.

#sleepregression #fivemonths #zombiemom #sleep #cosleepingmakesnodiff 6 more words

5 Months