All Blog Posts Tagged 'naptime' (3)

Thanks for the advice!

Thanks for all the advice! My schedule has always been to give her a bath at around 7, then nurse, then bed by 8. I tried moving it up earlier but she would end up fussing and falling asleep even later. My pediatrician said to feed her 3 solid meals a day and nurse in between. Continue Reading

 

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Added by Evelyn on February 19, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments

My baby won't sleep!

Before I continue on with my craft show story.....keeping you all on the edge of your seat LOL.....I need to solicit advice. Why won't my baby sleep???

Here's the story, I think I was spoiled by her early on, so now I'm having trouble coping. When she was about 2 months old she started sleeping through the night - meaning 8pm to 8am.....yes, seriously. And yes, it was awesome. Then around 4 months she started waking up at about 4am, would nurse, and fall back to sleep until 8am. I thought… Continue

Added by Evelyn on February 13, 2011 at 11:45pm — No Comments

Hey Hey For The Mondays!

Wow!! So what a day so far! Its 1pm and the babies are finally asleep, but not until after 2 disgusting diapers and a clogged toilet later. Thankfully my internet angels came to my rescue today when I had posted an update ok several updates on facebook indicating my woes about cracking my coffee pot and being without coffee this Monday morning. All weekend I searched high and low for a four cup Mr. Coffee decanter. Well Target didn't have one, Wal-Mart didn't have one...and if… Continue

Added by Heather Jones on October 18, 2010 at 8:27pm — No Comments

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