Greg is out shoveling. With a corner lot, 180 linear feet of sidewalk, a backyard path around our house for the dogs and a 3 car garage, there's a lot of shoveling to be done. Plus the snow plows always plow the trapezoidal intersection straight across our driveway, making the prospect of clear travel near the vicinity of our house even more hopeless. We are wishing we bought a snow blower this year! JCC is closed. Staying focused and working while sick and sleep deprived all of the time is difficult enough -- these snow days are killing me! I'm thinking I might trade today out for Sunday and use it like a weekend. Maybe we'll all go sledding :)
Can anyone guess where this adorable face is, as of 7am?
He woke up at around 10pm. I tried nursing him, and he took a little bit of milk. I put him back down, sleepy, and he got upset. We went through another 10 minutes of (dual) parent shushing, and then Jack fell asleep. It was a restless sleep, but he did it on his own.
I got very sad and didn't know what to do: the next time he cried, would I shush again or bring him back into bed?
He woke up at 11:30pm and into bed he came.
Jack had a very restless night after that point. He was kicking and squirming every few hours. Was it being in the big bed that made him restless, or would he have been that way regardless?
I think I'm going to try to keep him in the co-sleeper longer tonight and see how it goes.