Or, more accurately, NONsleeping habits. The little dude is charming from the moment he wakes around 6:30am to eat and smile and sneeze (without fail: four times in a row). Then, throughout the day he continues to eat and smile and poop and sneeze AND DOESN'T SLEEP FOR MORE THAN 30 MINUTES AT TIME. For thirteen hours. He retires as a gentleman should at the considerate hour of 9pm.
I am doing my best to take this in stride.
But yesterday his charms were dimmed by the intermitant crying fits he deemed fit to add to his repertoire.
Alice had her sleep issues, heaven knows I struggled through them. And as it goes, I've defended the dude's little quirks because I think he's scrumptious. But come ON. I've tried putting him down in quiet rooms, loud rooms, bright rooms, dark rooms, tightly swaddled and barely blanketed. Nothing really makes a difference except if I'm actually sleeping WITH him and can attend his every whimper and move. So that's clearly out.
Did you have or do you have children with weird sleep issues? And more specifically, anyone have experience with the rare non-daytime sleeping baby?
This baby says Who wouldn't want to spend thirteen hours a day with me?