Naps are all over the place. I know that is a problem too. She is a classic sleep fighter. I don't know how people just put their kids down for a nap whenever. Or at least, when you're searching on the Internet that is how it seems. I know we need a better night routine, but I don't know how to do that either. I mean, I know what I read, but I can't seem to implement them well. I could do the routine and rock her, nurse her, let her fight for two hours. Is that how it is supposed to go and eventually it gets shorter? It seems like when I start to get a routine or feel like I've found a "trick" to getting her to sleep it will work for about a week before she figures it out that x = sleep and then she'll start fighting that too.
FYI her sleep yesterday was this. Up at 5am. Slept from 6-9am. Slept from 12:30-1:30. Slept from 3:30-6:30. Started trying to put her to sleep around 9pm. Didn't actually get her to sleep until 11:30pm-2:30am. Back to sleep at 3:50am-6am. Slept again from 7:20am-8:-10am fed her and back to sleep around 8:30am (I think...I fell back asleep while nursing). Up officially for the day at about 9:45am.
ISO......BG 4.0 in aplix
Aubrey, married to Gavin 9/14/2008
Mama to Annabelle 11/2011 and expecting Harrison 11/2014
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