When I was in college, all-nighters were easy. A diet cola, rock ‘n’ roll blaring through the headphones of my portable CD player, and a can of tuna fish with a jar of pickles (I had weird cravings even before I was pregnant), and I was good to go well into the early morn. Once I graduated college, very few situations in my adult life warranted the all-nighter. There was the occasional deadline, but staying up ’round the clock pretty much became a thing of the past.
Were you up in the middle of the night with an infant? You’re not alone! Sleep regressions have kept many a mama awake in the wee hours. Today on the blog, I share some strategies to make those wake-ups more manageable.