Well, we're back from our trip
I wish we could live there. The house was right on the ocean, and Lucy went to sleep listening to the sound of waves crashing against the rocks all night! It was so lovely and really sad that it had to end.
Thanks for all the replies re sleeps. Lucy sleeps quite a bit in the day still, and when we try and keep her up, she gets really tired, and sometimes grumpy. Really, if she is up that long she expects to be fed, which I can't really do with formula. How do you guys keep them occupied for so lung in the day?
(Tracii....sorry another question for you seeing as I know you are on bottles also...how many bottles does Isabella have every day? Lucy normally has 5, but sometimes I give her 6) Although today she didn't sleep much during the day. I am going to giver her another feed shortly and then put her down around 7.30pm - hopefully for the night??!!
Lucy has been in her own room since about 3 weeks old - she sleeps much better when I am not in the room with her for some reason. On some hot nights I bunk in her room just to keep an eye on the temperature. We also tried her in a summer sleeping bag while we were away for some of the day sleeps - it was OK, but she is still not able to grab things yet, so her hands are just annoying for her.
Lucy's sleep is pretty good, usually down around 8pm, feed around 3 or 4am, then up at around 7am, but to be honest, I am feeling very sleep deprived. I would really love a night of unbroken sleep, but that will never happen!
Hope you are all well. Your little ones look adorable - I just saw the photo bucket. Will post some pics from our holiday.
Starting mother's groups tomorrow - are any of you in a mother's group?