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November 16, 2009


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It may not be super concise, but it definitely is not a ramble at all! Thanks for sharing your musings with us, I have them too, but thankfully they're not caused by wakeful babies anymore! (I kind of wish they still were... :-( ).

Oh, those nights are so hard. I have had many of them with my boys, those nights where you strive to "time them out" as their quirky internal clock nears another sleep cycle. Sleep deprivation is the hardest part of having young children, I think.

Here's a song for you. I learned a slightly different version of it in a class that Tay and I attended. Silly fun :)


That dinner is seriously making me hungry. That sounds delicious. No help to offer on the wakeful-baby front, just sympathy.

You know what's funny, Tall Kate? I thought to myself, "This sounds like a dinner that Tall Kate might cook!" :-)

Ah, Jamie. Thanks. Sympathy does help. I have been doing Flylady since 2000. Now I just have more things to nag myself about.

My biggest problem about being up at night is that I get hungry. And eat. and complain that the baby is 8 months old now and I am still in one size too big. Maybe I should try the praying thing. No calories in that!

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