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01 July 2014

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Beautiful baby!

It is quite something indeed! And I think Mr. Early Tuesday is looking more like his big brother.

Sleeping so close is so cozy and nice! Although it also can be hard to sleep with a snuffling newborn there... I'm willing to live with that though, to know that he knows I'm right there. Not to say that I'm thrilled at 3 am and 4 and 5 and 6... :)
And even now he doesn't move around very much, so he pretty much stays where I put him.

I used to have nightmares when the boys were newborns that I had left them somewhere. I figured it was my subconscious way of working into my new responsibilities of taking care of another human being. Weighty responsibilities but so worth it! And I agree with your mom, he does look a bit like big brother. xoxo

Beautiful little one! Wonderful to validate the incredible, unexplained, but deeply felt closeness, from one to. . . still one, but ever so slowly separating person(s). Enjoy. xo

I think he looks like his Daddy (which I guess his big brother does too). I didn't have a choice about the co-sleeping. It was the only way I was ever going to get any sleep. We even tried cry it out for 3 nights when he was around 4 months old (judge if you must) but it didn't take and it only succeeded in keeping me awake too. Seriously, he never once spent a peaceful night in a crib and somewhere around 7 months, I just gave up. Some attachment parenting experts would say co-sleeping is what you're supposed to do. I don't know about that. All I know is that I had to do it to survive.

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