Wednesday, June 4, 2008

A few winks

Last night Braska had some trouble initially, but M was nice enough to take her so that I could go to sleep, and he returned to bed sometime a little later after she was snoozing in her bed. She slept from about 11 to 4:30am, which normally would be a bad night for her, but after the last few, that's pretty good. I brought her in to our bed at 4:30am hoping she would snuggle up and go back to sleep, even if I couldn't. She was so restless, but she slept for bits here and there. She just thrashes around with her eyes closed like she just can't get comfortable. For her, that's especially weird, because when it's time for bed, she's like a stone. She zonks out in the position she lands in and doesn't move much at all.

She has had two short naps this morning, one that I got to snooze during as well. The other was on my lap, so I just managed to get some work-work done with one hand since the laptop was next to me on the couch, so as not to disturb her. We're headed to have a consult with a possible new pediatrician today (thanks Julie!) in about 45 mins to meet her and discuss Braska's history and see if we feel comfortable with the match. The really good part is that her office is less than 1/4 mile from our apartment, super handy, so that would be a nice switch, for sure.

Thanks for all the tips on things to try with Braska for some comfort. I have had her on Tylenol regularly, but no Benadryl. Don't know why I didn't think of it. Oh wait, she's not been sick in 18 months...that might be why! We're getting some today, though.

OH! And the other news... she has 5...count them...5 teeth coming in right now!!! That could be the problem. I only knew of 2 til I did some forceful checking this morning. Ouch!

6 comments:

  1. 5 teeth - ouch!!! I'd be uncomfortable and restless too.

    Good luck getting more cat naps and meeting the ped!

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  2. Ouch! I know that when Georgia's molars were coming in she slept terribly and she is usually a great sleeper. I find that Motrin (ibupofin) worked MUCH better with Georgia. I am not sure if this is something Braska can have (I guess it upsets some baby's stomachs), but it helped IMMENSELY with G and we alternated with tylenol. So she would have one or the other every two hours on the bad days.

    Good luck!

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  3. I'm going to drug the crap out of that little girl. We are going to sleep like kings tonight!

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  4. I amen Tricia's motrin advice...its more anti-inflammatory for those little gums...good luck with the drugging

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  5. Wow! I would certainly say the 5 teeth could be the problem!
    Hope you get some rest soon!

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