What I wouldn't give for some solid blocks of sleep. Last night was actually a little improved from the previous several nights- I slept in 2 hour blocks. But I am not feeling well. My throat is tickling and I'm coughing. I think it's allergies and/or post nasal pregnancy congestion drip. And these freaking bites are still so itchy and I've got more of them now. Ugh. We still cannot get to the bottom of it. Dh is all but convinced that it's a rash of some kind, but the doctor and my mw say they are bites. But where are the bugs? Nowhere to be found and no one else has been bit at all!
So today we are transitioning ds to his own room. I'm really nervous. I'm worried that he'll have an emotional reaction and be clingier during the day. I'm also worried that he will wake himself up by walking down the hall to get to us if he needs to pee or needs help resettling and if he's too awake won't allow dh to help him. I'm also worried he will fall out off his bed a lot and wake himself up. We will put the mattress on the floor, of course, so he won't hurt himself, but it could still be scary. Lastly, we have asked dd if she wouldn't mind switching beds with ds so that he can have her queen and she would have his twin. That way if one of us has to sleep with ds for any length of time, there is room to do it. But I wonder how dd will feel about having her bed demoted in size. We played it up like it would be fun to have a different bed and she readily agreed to the switch, but you just never know... at bedtime she could revert suddenly and start crying about her bed. Ugh. Yet another moment where I wish ds was 6 months older.