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  1. Katie says:

    Have you tried melatonin? And maybe some camomile/sleepy time tea before bedtime and see if that will help her fall asleep earlier? School is probably starting soon in your area but maybe some of the moms from the homeschool co-op ya’ll were going to have a 5th-6th grader who would be like a mother’s helper for an hour or two once or twice a week and play with the girls? For less than a babysitter so you could have a few minutes to yourself or to do chores that you need no little hands helping with? ((hugs)) Sleep issues really are the worst!

  2. Kelly says:

    I hope she develops some sleeping soon! I’m not going to say what Alice has been doing lately, because I know that will jinx it! (Would Ada sleep with Rosie for a few hours?) Alice acted like she might with Max a few times, before she started manically laughing and smacking his face. Alice is also completely uninterested in television, which I love, especially when someone tries to get her to watch it, and she glances at it for a minute, and then is right back with the entertain me! Stop me from killing myself with my latest daredevil stunt! Ada is still getting teeth though, right? Maybe once they all come in, it will get better :D

  3. Michelle says:

    I’m sorry, did we have twins that were separated before conception?

    Sigh.

    I seriously feel you mama. I think sleep started to get a little better for us around age 2. It’s still not anywhere near “normal” kids, but I could have written your post at 15 months. And it wasn’t anything special that I did, or changed. I believe I’ve read that kids start sleeping more soundly around age 2, so my only guess is that was it. I can’t say that the daredevil, danger fiend part will go away. For us that certainly hasn’t gotten better. But the sleep seemed to eventually evolve on its own.

    It’s hard to get any down time when your baby never sleeps, requires constant supervision, and your only job is to take care of that baby. You’ve got my sympathy…

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