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#31 of 34 Old 12-29-2008, 03:44 PM
 
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Gotta love the grunts and wiggles. DH said he wished babies purred. Perhaps we should think of their grunts (or each vocalization with a swallow of milk while they sleepnurse) as purrs? Nah. Impossible.
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Gotta love the grunts and wiggles. DH said he wished babies purred. Perhaps we should think of their grunts (or each vocalization with a swallow of milk while they sleepnurse) as purrs? Nah. Impossible.
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Em- That would drive me nuts if dh woke ME up to nurse Hazel. It's Hazel's job to wake me, not his! I think you should wake him up to change her diaper for some sweet revenge
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Dear Hazel,

I love that you are a good sleeper. While it's true that I appreciate you sleep a 6-8 hour stretch every evening, I am completely dissatisfied with the amount of grunting/wiggling/noisemaking you make between the hours of 4am and whenever the hell we get out of bed. It's about to drive me to insanity.

So.... please stop. It's not really a threat and it IS inevitable, but if your extremely loud baby grunting does not cease I will have to put you in the crib upstairs in your room. Yes... that means I'll actually have to get out of bed to nurse your sweetness in the middle of the night and will hear your grunting quietly over the baby monitor. There will be no more late night gazing at me as you fall asleep with your belly full of milk to the tune of Daddy snoring.

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Mommy
Keir got a sleep sheep that plays different white noises and I think I appreciate it to keep me asleep rather then it working to keep him asleep...lol


My Dearest Darling Keir,

You are truly an amazing baby and I shouldn't complain but i'm going to...lol. Yes you sleep great during the day, yes you give me many hours to get things done either by sleeping or by being content just sitting around watching everything going on around you. Yes you barely ever cry, but seriously kid you need to start sleeping in some stretches that last more then 2-3 hours!! I am tired of the contant wake ups during the night. I am tired of getting maybe one 2.5 hour stretch and then being up every 1-2 hours for the rest of the night.

If you do start sleeping well I will be blessed with a practically perfect babe...is that really to much to ask for??

I love you bug
Mama
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My Dearest Little Peanut,

Please, please, please stop tugging at my nips when you feed. It's not your job to discover just how far they will stretch. Just try to remember that they are attached to Mama and she kind of needs them. I love you, Charlotte and I love breastfeeding you but this new game of latch/unlatch/latch/unlatch/latch is getting kind of old. Oh, and don't get mad at me when you are on the boob and you turn your head and my nip doesn't stay in your mouth. Remember, it is attached to my boob and doesn't go wherever you do.

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