Our late night interactions with Miles typically consist of food, the occasional episode of Sesame Street, and almost always some degree of assurance that he in fact cannot see any birds right now because all the birds are asleep. Last night, Miles woke up fussing like any similar night. I stumbled out of bed to … Continue reading Year 2, Day 112
It was an early morning for Miles (and mom) today, as he decided to wake up howling around 5:30 AM. Despite her best attempts to let me sleep through it, Miles clearly had other designs. Alternating between fussing and (seriously) blowing a high-pitched whistle, Miles ensured that not only were my attempts to sleep good … Continue reading Year 2, Day 108
There are some mornings where Jaclyn and I wake up to the sound of Miles crying through the baby monitor. While he tends to stop fussing as soon as one of us enters his room, it's still a less than ideal way to end a peaceful slumber. There are other mornings, however, that he wakes … Continue reading Year 2, Day 92
This is what I wake up to on a Sunday morning:
I woke this morning to the sound of Miles's fussing piping through out baby monitor. It took me a few seconds of groggy semi-consciousness to realize that I hadn't also heard a "Can you go check on him?" coming from Jaclyn. I rolled over to find that she had already gotten in the shower, and … Continue reading Day 348
The first thing I heard upon waking up this morning as Jaclyn lounged in the bed with Miles: "Did you poop or is that just your daddy's breath?" Great start to the morning! (To be fair, he hadn't pooped.)
Whether beginning or ending, daylight saving time can always wreak havoc on your sleeping patterns, but I've never ever considered that there might come a day when gaining an hour of sleep would prove so utterly fruitless. Obviously, babies have no concept of the singular opportunity that the end of daylight saving time provides -- … Continue reading Day 253: Baby’s First Daylight Saving Time!