I guess you could categorize the sleepy phase in 2 ways.
1. Newborns sleep A LOT! (thank goodness)
2. They don’t like to sleep A LOT at night. (not thank goodness)
Seriously, Sloane is just the sweetest and so so easy (so far). He really just hangs out. Sleeps. Poops (A TON). And eats. Then sleeps some more. How could you not just LOVE that sweet face?
He really isn’t even that bad of a sleeper at night so I shouldn’t complain. He is doing every 3 hours right now which isn’t terrible! I’m just so not use to waking up in the middle of the night so it has been a big adjustment for me. Bents started sleeping through the night at about 3 months (6:00 pm to 6:00 am). I am hoping Sloane will be just as cooperative!
But, I must say I am adjusting quicker this time then the times before.
I My husband keeps reminding me “it’s only been a week babe”. And he’s right! Only one week down and the Rose’s are getting in the swing of things!
We even made it to church this past Sunday (early service….GASP!) I know. Be impressed! Or go ahead and prosecute me for taking my newborn in public before he was even a week. The third baby is different. You aren’t NEAR as nervous about taking them out. Trust me, I am still very careful so please don’t start the hate comments. 🙂
P is just IN LOVE with Sloane! He wants to CONSTANTLY be touching him and kissing him and hugging him and talking to him. It’s kind of exhausting. But, pretty darn cute.
wild child Bents on the other hand, really isn’t a huge fan. I think he knows he has been dethroned! He is now officially the “middle child”. Poor guy!
He will just point and smile…and then two seconds later throw something at him. Ha! I have my work cut out for me with that child!
This picture captured such a funny moment (and so typical). P was hugging on Sloane, and Bents came up and was hitting P. Oh my!
We are trying to show both boys that they have not been demoted in any way…and that we love them ALL so much!