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Category Archives: sleep

Sep
09

Family. Bedtime. Wine. Showering. In that order.

It’s been a busy summer. Not because it was specifically SUMMER (my kid is too little for camp or to know the difference between today, and say, Elmo), but there was a lot going on. And so I didn’t blog much. And that’s okay. But I’ve missed this and all of you and I’ve missed the routine of coming here to write and give myself free therapy. This summer, our

Jun
06

Dear Everybody: I need 3,285 hours of sleep a year. Sweet Dreams, Rebecca.

Kiddo and Husband and I are on a trip to the East Coast, which is good because a) getting away for a while means I won’t be so sick of the playgrounds when we return b) we’re getting to see family and friends and they are infinitely delighted by my kid (score!) and c) there’s a chance I’ll have to do fewer dishes for the next two weeks. The trip

May
30

Sleep Training Karma

Note: this post was written several months ago, and for reasons only my one-year-old knows, I never published it. Feel free to ask him what those reasons are, but don’t be bummed when his response is “Uppie.” Pre-baby, I never understood why sleep was such a big deal. Sure, I heard parent friends lamenting their serious lack of shut-eye, made note of the unconcealed bags under their eyes, and witnessed