Friday, February 13, 2009

Party at my house: 4 am

(and 1 am, and 2:30 am, and 6 am)
You're all invited.
Let the good times roll.

12 comments:

Methodical Wormer said...

Oh man, I am so sorry. It's a good thing he's dang cute.

I am almost fed up enough with being pregnant for this craziness, but not quite yet.

How do you deal with the sleep deprivation and energetic toddler the next day?

aLi said...

:P

blech! Good luck, Em. :(

Lauren and Tyson Fiala said...

Oh man! Good thing that part of parenting doesn't last forever! It will get better in the not too far future. Hang in there!

Em said...

"How do you deal with the sleep deprivation and energetic toddler the next day?"

Hmm... depending on the day.... not very well.

--jeff * said...

you could put out a jazz album with a cover shot like that!

glittersmama said...

I'm so sorry tired mama.

hairyshoefairy said...

Sounds like a blast. I guess I can't complain about waking up a few times during the night for no reason at all. At least I can just roll back over and pretend I'm still asleep. I'm sure my time is coming.

Sarah K. said...

J and I are SO there as long as you're up for a little music (aka crying, fussing) from him b/c that's the time when he really wants to party :)

Patty and Alex said...

Let's party! I will wear my best nursing gown, or whichever one is clean...

Angela said...

Me and Evie will certainly be there...that is if I don't fall asleep with her in the recliner in her room first!

Anonymous said...

Sweetie, that picture is priceless.

Cam said...

Wherefore, be not weary in well-doing, for ye are laying the foundation of a great work! And out of small things proceedeth that which is great. D&C 64:33

Hang in there. This too shall pass, but not without first creating an unbreakable bond of love through service and giving of your whole soul to your child throughout their and your life. Its called parenthood. The most difficult and wonderful thing in the world. And YOU are blessed and privileged to serve daily in that capacity for two decades (give or take). Then you will cry when they do what you have spent the past 20 years preparing them to do...spread their wings and falteringly struggle to leave the nest. Fortunately, the middle of the night feedings don't last forever...even though sometimes it feels like they will.

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