Happy Monday to you. Things have been REAL in the Rose household, i'll tell you what. Our sweet baby has decided he doesn't like sleep...which has meant Mom & Dad don't get much either!
We couldn't go one more night without at least one uninterrupted hour of rest, so this weekend we decided to transition him into his big boy crib. *tears* Seriously, one minute they're keeping you up all night, the next they're off to college. #realtalk
From the day we brought him home, i've felt that I would never sleep without worry again. On the few occasions our darling boy decides to rest, I find myself in some sort of half-sleep, worried that he is still breathing! I know i'm not alone here, mamas of the world. Is there anything more beautiful than seeing your sleeping infant's chest rise and fall?!
When we moved him into his crib, I couldn't just roll over and check to make sure he was okay, but I still slept like a
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I hope this helps at least one of your sweet mama's out there to get a little more rest!
Until Next Time,
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