Sunday, September 28, 2008

Can You Believe?

Sean slept for 6 hours last night! A personal best, so let's give him a big hand! And he did well for the rest of the night, too. Hooray!

Morgan, on the other hand, woke up at 2:30am and Did. Not. Go. Back. To. Sleep. Talk about crabby--in fact, she is the Platonic Form of Crabby. Let's give Brendan a big hand for dealing with her so that Sean and I could sleep! Double Hooray!

Ryan, to give more credit where it's due, went to bed at only slightly past his usual bedtime, slept through the night, and woke up on schedule. Good man. He's always been a pretty good sleeper. Hooray!

At least there's football today, so Brendan can watch/nap in front of our Big TV on the Wall. A nice way to spend Sunday afternoon. Hopefully M will catch a few Zs, too.

Oh, and we're putting our Spooky Town up today! Very excited. We've got a lot to do before Halloween gets here.

5 comments:

Tenure said...

Congratulations Sean. You truly have joined the league of heroes.

Kim said...

That's awesome! My big man still doesn't go more than four. I hope things continue going so well! Isn't it amazing that when one sleeps well another is ready to take up the slack? Hope everyone is feeling well.

Jenn from Kennesaw (and AtlantaFoodAllergies) said...

Oooh - Morgan and my 2yo have something in common. He has been getting up at 2-3am and ready to party a few nights in the last few weeks. Mommy on the other hand, not so much! Maybe we should call each other on the nights they are awake so they can entertain each other ;-)

suchlovelyfreckles said...

Ugh, Halloween???? I refuse to think of Halloween... despite the fact that I have patterns here to sew costumes. Yikes!

As for sleeping through the night. My kids are generally great sleepers. I have no complaints. But last night my son woke up and crawled in bed with us, telling us something about a bad dream, that I have a hard time remembering. Fortunately he went back into his own bed. Because sleeping in bed with this kid is just too much. He kicks and boxes and kicks... He'll be the only one sleeping, while you're trying hard to keep your soft spots protected. ;)

Elisheva Hannah Levin said...

You've got a wonderful husband, there.
My daughter as a pre-schooler and even as a kid, also demonstrated on occasion exactly what the Platonic form of crabby would be. You have my sympathy. Or is it Brendan that has it?