Hey guys. It's me, talking about sleep...again. And remember how I just posted how cozy cosleeping is? I still believe that, if it's only me and Ingrid in the bed. Add daddy, though, and it gets a little crowded. I guess the old saying that three's a crowd was coined by someone in a small bed with a toddler kicking them in the stomach all night...
So, the very same night I wrote about how cozy cosleeping is, Ingrid ended up in our bed again. This time, though, both Brendan and I were in there. She snuggled up between us and it seemed really nice. Then she would wake up and cry every time Brendan rolled over. And he rolls around in his sleep a lot. And Ingrid is a mover, too, so she was trying to sleep sideways in between us, hitting Brendan and kicking me. And crying. After an hour or so of this, I finally decided that it wasn't working. She can't sleep in our bed if both Brendan and I can't be in there. I refuse to kick my husband out of his bed! So back into her crib she went, and she slept just fine.
Now, three or four nights later, she's doing really well. She gets up a couple times between 7 and 11, wails for mamamamama, I go in and hug her and then put her back in her crib and she sleeps until 8am. Cross your fingers this is a lasting thing!
In other news, things are festive and cheerful around here. We have our tree and it's twinkling nicely in the corner. All presents are bought, we're just waiting for some to get here from Amazon. I found the cutest talking Lola doll for Ingrid!! I'm probably more excited about it than she will be...And I finally cracked and bought her the Plan toaster I've been wanting FOREVER! It's just too cute not to have. And Ingrid loves playing with our toaster so she obviously needs a play one, right?
I've made quite a few etsy sales the past couple weeks, which is exciting. I just love opening my email and seeing that someone bought something from me. I wish I had more time to sew more stuff--I have tons of the cutest fabric ever just sitting in a closet but I haven't had much time to do anything with it. Once the holidays are over I'm sure it will be easier. Yesterday Ingrid was really good and just played in my box of scrap fabric while I cut out quilt pieces. She's going to grow up to be a lover of fabric, too, I can just tell. As soon as I get it out she runs over to it and lays on the soft minky, and touches the felt and goes through all the rest and looks at it all. I can't wait to teach her how to sew :)