What goes around, comes around. I remember, as a teenager, there was a period where sweatshirts were ever so fashionable, and at some point we had college style university logos and emblems adorning them. Combined with loafers and smart jackets of course! I had a blast from the past when I saw the new collection from Little Fashion Gallery — college style to the return, and done with such great style!
I asked Ava to model the adorable Jules Funny horse fleece sweatshirt for me, and I swear I didn’t have anything to do with her styling. (Coincidentally she’s playing with the stick horse we made for Sara’s 5th birthday party years ago — do you remember that sweet project?) The quality and fit of these cool sweatshirts is amazing, and they’re so easy to care for too. I got some for both of my boys as well!
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I recently stumbled upon this great article, written by Sarah Ockwell-Smith, about the unrealistic expectations we have of babies and their sleeping behaviour. She writes about how modern day society has created such an obsession with babies sleeping ‘through the night’, and about how sleeping through the night is not a reality for most children until they are 2 years of age.
After reading this article once (to myself) and a second time (to my husband), I must say I feel not only a sense of relief that I’m not the only mother on the verge of a nervous breakdown (!!)… I also found it incredibly reassuring to know that my baby (with her unreliable sleep habits) is totally normal.
Following on my last post about sleeping with your baby, Marlow is now 10 months old and still not sleeping through the night. She starts the night in her own bed, and usually wakes up around 3 or 4am when I bring her into our bed. Most of the time she will go back to sleep in my arms, while sometimes she needs to be nursed back to sleep. In any case, she is certainly not sleeping through the night. Not even close. And according to this article, it’s totally normal and natural.
Anyway, I found it to be a really reassuring article and thought I would share with you to hear your thoughts. What do you think? Do we have unrealistic expectations of our babies? Should we relax a bit more and just simply enjoy this precious time when they’re so little? Or… do you happen to have a strict schedule with your baby that works for you? Do you have a baby who does, in fact, sleep through the night? (If so, please share your secrets!) : )
p.s. Photo is of sweet baby Casper, taken from Esther’s Instagram feed.