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Sleep Regression

Ugh.  Seriously kid?  Seriously?  Every 2.5 hours?  The Squeaks has regressed.  For the last week he has been a pretty terrible sleeper.  He wakes up every 2-3 hours looking for food.  I’m pretty sure we were spoiled rotten by his 6-hour stretches.  One bottle in the middle of the night was so very doable.  This, however, is ridiculous.  Dad and I are so bleary eyed.  It has been hard for me to even think about writing this blog because I worry that I cannot string a group of words…

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Added by Alex on April 29, 2013 at 4:38pm — No Comments

Urban Baby

Of the many things I’ve considered in the last 8 weeks, how much time we spend out of the house is pretty high on the list.  The husband and I discussed this quite a bit.  We have some friends who didn’t leave the house for the first month of the baby’s life.  I struggle (or struggled) with striking a balance between protecting Squeaker’s fledgling immune system and getting on with the logistics of life (also known as fighting cabin fever).  In the end, I decided that Squeaks and I are…

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Added by Alex on April 10, 2013 at 1:38pm — No Comments

Droppin' Feeds!

For the past few nights, Squeaker has slept in 5+ hour stretches!  Pre-baby, I did not understand how this could possibly be a good thing, but after months of uncomfortable pregnancy sleep and 10 weeks of being in various states of consciousness–I feel like I’ve won the lottery!  I have found sleep to be one of the most contentious topics in new mom land.  Where does he sleep?  Where do I sleep?  Where does dad sleep?  Is it okay for him to sleep in a chair?  Can he sleep swaddled?  Is he…

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Added by Alex on March 18, 2013 at 8:08am — No Comments

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