As anyone who has ever had a newborn will attest, sleep is a rare, precious commodity. When nursing either on a schedule or on demand, it can feel like every time you turn around, the baby needs to be fed again. And again. And again. In addition to the seemingly endless cycle of feeding, there… Continue reading Have a newborn? Try Cumulative Sleeping
It was bound to happen eventually. I did it to my mother, after all. It’s practically a family tradition now. Let me back up. I was in that place between sleep and consciousness, where I knew I needed to get up, but I was still relishing those last few minutes of shut-eye. Little Man was… Continue reading Well, good morning to you, too!
I’m not that worried about the environment, or my carbon footprint, or renewable energy. Despite my apathy, I have noticed that I’m doing a pretty good job of being green. This greenery mainly developed through frugality, or necessity. Check it out: 1) Walking practically everywhere. Why I do it: We only have one car, and… Continue reading How to be green without really meaning to