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January 8th, 2014, 07:31 PM
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My schedules are all wacked out.

Pre-pregnancy
I'd go to bed at 1 - 2 am and wake up with the girls around 7:30ish.

Early Pregnancy
Wanted to sleep all day long. 12 hrs a night. If I did it just right though I could get an energy spurt around 8 and stay up till 11 or midnight sometimes.

Past couple of weeks
Mom needs sleep, it's pretty well known now. I long for 9pm at the latest most nights. If I'm feeling risky I'll stay up till 10pm Some nights it's 7:30 lol.


Now DH and I are having to keep an eye on the WBS in this really cold weather so we're taking "shifts" sleeping. He was staying up till 5:30am during the super cold nights during this storm (poor thing!), but it's killing him so the past 2 nights we've tried HIM going to bed early for a "nap" (he doesn't sleep much) and I wake him up at 11:30 so I can go to bed and he stays up till around 6am and then he sleeps a few more hours.

Really really sucks, b/c I'm freaking TIRED, but it's necessary.

Our cabin is not finished, no insulation so our WBS (wood burning stove) is burning through a LOT more wood than you would normally see in a house/cabin and if it gets too hot sparks fly out of the flu (sp?) pipe and obviously that's just no bueno in a wood cabin.

Do whatcha gotta do till ya get things done, and that means being very super careful and keeping watch LOL!
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