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  1. Katie says:

    I know the feeling when my little one (he’s 20 months) doesn’t sleep well I can tell the difference in how I parent my 4 year old especially. I hope you get a better night sleep soon!

  2. Karen says:

    I know the feeling all so well. I am lucky enough to be getting some sleep at night but sometimes I can still get into a mood. And my three and a half year old always gets the short end of the stick. It makes me feel like such a bad mama.
    Is there anyway your mom or a good frind that can come over one evening and help you out with Ada while you can get some rest? Or maybe Rosie can spend a fun night with her grandparents. You need to care for yourself so that you can care for your little ones.

  3. Rixa says:

    I hear you…I am just not sleeping this pregnancy. Either I go to bed and lie there for hours, literally, or I wake up to pee and can’t get back to sleep for the rest of the night. I can hardly function some days and feel like I have no patience at all with my kids–like if they fell down and got hurt I would see it and just not care because I am so tired. I’ve never had sleep issues before, besides the usual pregnancy discomfort and restlessness, and this is killing me.

  4. Laura says:

    I dont know how you manage! I can not function with no/little sleep – it makes me a little crazy!

    What about weekends? Cant Tyler take the girls for an few hours?

  5. Kelly says:

    I hope you get some sleep soon! It is dreadful to feel exhausted and cranky just because you can’t get the sleep your body needs to function. Do you have anyone who could come over and watch the girls while you both get some sleep? My mom did that a few weekends ago and it was heaven. My MIL did it for finals week, and I felt like she was a saint, though she did feed Alice with a spoon….. I just tell them the hunger signs to watch for and they bring her back when she is hungry and then take her back out to play again.

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