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Married to Superman

working all night and coming home at 3:30 a.m. all you want to do is go to sleep but that's not happening.

its 4:13 a.m. and the baby is crying. over and over, he is crying. he does not want is bottle. he does not want to sleep. he wants something so out of his reach that walking around and shushing him is not helping. so what's a parent to do? the solution is 24 hour rite aid which is a mile away. they have what he needs. my husband goes out and gets it.


I have tried for two nights to make him stop using his paci but it did not work. today was eid and going to sleep at 1:40 am and getting up again at 3:40 am, you're mind starts playing tricks on you.

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