The sleep wall

We’re only a week in and we’re already having trouble fighting off the zombie state.  We’re trying to do things differently this time, making sleep a priority so that we don’t walk around in a haze for months . . . or years . . . but we’re starting out with a pretty significant deficit.  Nathaniel, like Katherine, decided to be born in the middle of the night, so we missed one night right off the bat, and we haven’t exactly had a chance to make it up.  His first week of sleeping hasn’t been stellar; although he’ll often do nice long stretches during the day (a couple of hours at a time), he rarely goes more than an hour-and-a-half between the start of one feeding and the next at night.  We’re hoping to change that, and soon!


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3 Responses to The sleep wall

  1. Laura Boll Peifer says:

    ugh! lily was similar as an infant that first week or two… hang in there.

  2. Mother-of-the-bride says:

    So so sorry we are not there to help. Grandpa will be happy to bring Katherine to our house for awhile!

  3. fustianist says:

    Katherine, of course, is sleeping just fine by now!


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