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28 August 2007 @ 09:22 pm
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have I mentioned we've been night potty training the short person? And the waking up? Yes, I think so.

Added to that, hubby had to get out the door a 4:30 this morning for work. I did NOT sleep through it. And rugrat has no school this week, so I'm home with him, ALL DAY, trying to keep him entertained. joy. He seems to be just fine with the waking up at night thing. grr.

He's lucky I think he's cute.

I don't think I'm going to be able to do anything but be jealous about all you D*C people all week. *sigh*
 
 
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Tels: cutetelscha on August 29th, 2007 04:46 am (UTC)
my eldest was dry by himself day and night in 3 days. The youngest took 6 weeks. The middle child, took 11yrs before we cracked night time. No, sigh that's not a typo. 11 years. And it wasn't just sheets i had to wash at 2am and 5am. She sleeps wrapped in the duvet... but we got there. its just a case of persevering and sleeping the minute they go back to school next week. (5 more days til they do, yay. its been a very long 6 weeks.)
Kelly...It's like Jello with a K and a Y: [bsg] what. ever.centerspire on August 29th, 2007 01:07 pm (UTC)
I don't think I'm going to be able to do anything but be jealous about all you D*C people all week. *sigh*

I know! I'm just going to be sitting at work, thinking, "I could be in Atlanta right now..."
My way of staying sane: Apple picking October 2006mamaboolj on August 29th, 2007 01:42 pm (UTC)
These are the times to put in those videos and sleep on the couch while he watches TV - or at least that's the plan. It never really seems to work out that way though.

We've decided that after my rugrat's third b-day (in eight days), we're going to take the rails off his toddler bed so he can get up on his own. Once he stops that, we'll tackle the nighttime potty training. Not looking forward to it - at all.