Another night lost!

Well… I have been wanting to get a show out for quite a while now… but it just never seems to happen.

I have gotten some great post cards – thank you. And I have some interesting topics to discuss… but who would have thought that a 3yr old can hold back so many podcasts!!

The only time we have to do a show is at night after Simon is asleep, but we have just been having so many problems with his sleeping, that I rarely come back downstairs after I put him to bed.

Tonight for example – He stayed up later because of Daylight Savings time, and at 10pm he woke up in an absolute panic, sweaty and disoriented! Now I am writing this post really fast, so I can get back up to our bedroom and be there in case he wakes up again.

He was doing pretty good for a while, sleeping through the whole night (lollipop for incentive) but we just never know when the nightmares are going to really scare him again. Doing tough love is really hard for me to do… I can do it (if he is not in a panic)… blah blah blah..

So, I just want to let you know, that I want to do a show, I have content for a show, its just a matter of getting the time to do it.

Thanks for staying subscribed!

Cat

In the meantime – feel free to rate the videos I have up on YouTube – I would love to see some reviews :-)

and check out I Dream in Colors – Nico is coming to visit :-)

2 Responses to “Another night lost!”

  1. Nico Says:

    Get this, i got an email from the airline saying they had to reschedule my reservation, so i’d be arriving in Miami an hour earlier (that makes it a whooping 9 hours!). Now i have to call them next week to see what’s up, just to be sure. The email said “reservation”, and i already had the flight booked.

  2. Beth B Says:

    When my daughter was little, she woke up scared too, nightly. Of course, I got up and helped her go back to sleep.

    My husband said to me, “You’re spoiling her. Let her cry.” I pointed out that he had woken ME up on more than one occassion when HE had had a bad dream. If he needed reassuring after a nightmare, surely a little girl warranted some of the same treatment.

    Forget the “tough love” and listen to your instincts. How can compassion steer you wrong?

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