Trying to do better

I actually took a nap today. I know! A real nap! The baby has been going to bed super-early. He’s still on daylight savings time. So after we finally got him to stay down, I crashed out for a while.

And then my dad called.

Oh well. I needed to get back up anyway. I did get an hour or two, which makes a huge difference.

The baby was funny today. Lots of laughter and silliness. And then a meltdown. It was fun while it lasted. :) Short post tonight as I try to get to bed at a decent hour again. Yes, I’m trying to do better and stay on track.

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5 Responses
  1. Christine (6 comments.) says:

    Go you! When you have enough sleep, you can more easily handle the meltdowns and other curve balls the baby will throw at you. Hang in there!

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  2. Kate (1 comments.) says:

    That’s great you got so much sleep! I’m a terrible napper, would rather sleep a long 12 hours instead… maybe one day when the kids are grown up!

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  3. Beth - total mom haircut (1 comments.) says:

    A nap? Oh, how wonderful. I tried to hint to Hubby that I wanted a nap today but he really wasn’t picking up what I was putting down.

    And isn’t that always the way? It’s like if the kids are having a great time and being fun, you can be SURE a huge meltdown will follow abruptly:)

  4. Melissa (1 comments.) says:

    Ever since daylight savings I have been having a hard time getting older daughter to go for a nap and go to bed.

  5. becky says:

    @Christine – And last night, bedtime was even earlier. I think I’m getting back to normal. Well, as normal as I can.

    @Kate – Naps are my saving grace at times. I’d love to sleep for 8 hours, but it rarely happens. Thankfully, I can nap just about anywhere. When I was pregnant, I would close my office door and snooze on my desk during lunch.

    @Beth – Heh, I gave up hinting. It doesn’t work.

    @Melissa – Me, too. I’m hoping he adjusts soon.