neeroc (neeroc) wrote,

It should be illegal for your child to keep you up all night. Actually it should be illegal that for the 40 minutes or so that she did sleep (between 2 and 3 am) the dog decided that he had to go out. Twice.

I can't tell if this is just a growth spurt, she's eating like a horse now, or if she's teething as well. I seem to recall a couple of all-nighters for the last set of teeth. But my new favorite trick of hers is the one where I set her down for a minute, or leave her in her chair that millisecond too long, and she starts screaming at the top of her lungs. Not crying, not whining, just really high-pitched yelling. That's one I'll have to video for future leverage.

To make this day even longer, I'm meeting my sister to go shopping at 9:30 this morning (aka no sleeping in), have plans for the entire afternoon, and am supposed to meet my boss and his boss and the TRA team for a late dinner tonight. Did I mention that V isn't yet taking a bottle? My plan is to stuff her full all evening and then run out the door before she notices I'm gone. While I like that she has a mind of her own, I sometimes wish she wasn't quite so stubborn. And that I blame all on hubby. Not me. At all.

But the good news is - TRA in the lab and I'm not there *g*.

Now that she's finally fallen asleep, is it wrong of me to want to keep her awake all day? Seemed like a good plan earlier today when I really, really wanted to sleep, but now I'm thinking it might be a bit petty *g*.
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