SAHM Morning

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Thursdays are one of my stay-at-home-mom days while the Husband works.  I work on Monday and Friday, and the Husband gets to be a SAHD.  Our schedule is going quite well; we’re lucky our jobs are both so flexible.  One of the tweaks that we’ve made to our plan is that the SAH parent gets an hour or so to themselves in the morning while the working parent watches Henry.  So far, we’re both using our free hour for naps but hope to transition them to workouts soon. 


Here’s what Henry and I did this morning:  Our day really started at 2:24 AM, which is when Henry woke me up for Feeding #1.  I had gone to bed at 10 PM, and the Husband had given him a pumped bottle around midnight. I know not everyone supports the idea of introducing a bottle so early because it can confuse the baby, but Henry has eaten every 45 minutes – 2 hours since birth… and it’s closer to the 1 hour average (not really ‘normal’ for a newborn).  I would be suffering from sleep psychosis if we hadn’t given him a bottle; plus, he’s not confused.  It’s working for us.  Anyway, I’m awake again for Feeding #2 at 4:48, Feeding #3 at 5:34, and we finally get up for real for Feeding #4 at 6:34.  Diaper changes occur after every feeding.


Henry and I snuggle in bed and he stares at the blinds.  They are high-contrast early in the morning (dark and light), which is extremely fascinating to his newborn eyes.  It’s funny.


We play in bed and make a video for GrandmaHTP and my friends Sarah and Kath, and then we get out of bed.  We have a dance party in the closet, and I put on workout clothes and brush my teeth.


I have a glass of soy milk.


And feed the dogs.


Meanwhile, Henry is chillin’ in his bouncer chair, which I got for $5 on consignment.  Truly the best baby purchase we’ve made!


Very soon, it’s time for Feeding #5.  I change Henry out of his pajamas…


And into a short-sleeved workout onesie. Winking smile  I got this one for $1 at a thrift store!


I put Maggie back in the guest room with the Husband – her legs are too short for the long walk that I’m planning.  The Husband sleeps upstairs on his work nights; it’s not the ideal romantic situation but, like the occasional bottle feeding, it’s allowing us to keep our sanity.  Kristien can’t be woken up every two hours after going to bed at midnight and do a good job at the clinic. On non-work nights, he sleeps in our bed and gets up with me to take care of Henry.  When Henry’s feedings space out a bit more, I’m sure Kristien will ditch the guest room but… so far, it’s working. 


I leash up James, put Henry in his stroller, and we’re off.


We’ve been working on our fitness, and now we’re up to 45 minute walks! 


When Henry falls asleep, I put a swaddle blanket over the stroller so he doesn’t get too much sun.


Since so many people have asked, we have the City Mini 2012 stroller with the Chicco KeyFit car seat (he’s too little to just sit in the stroller).  We really like it.  It’s good for long walks.


Just as it’s getting to be way too hot for all three of us to be outside, we get back to the house and I make breakfast for myself.


I actually end up eating this breakfast standing up while rocking Henry because he’s having a minor meltdown.  Par for the course!


Well, that’s our morning.  Lots of diapers, feedings, snuggles, and walking.  I guess one could see it as repetitive, but it’s tons of fun for me to spend so much time with Henry.  I should have the Husband do a post about his SAHD mornings!


Henry was happily sleeping in his swing while I wrote this, but now he’s up.  I’m sure you can guess what time it is… Feeding #8.  And it’s only 9:00!



  • Verna July 5, 2012, 9:26 am

    My babies always eat a lot and VERY frequently when they’re small. My daughter just started spacing out her feedings to almost 3 hours and she’s 8 months old. I don’t make a lot of fat in my milk so they need to eat frequently. We started bottles as soon as we got home from the hospital. My son got one before bed every night so he would be nice and full and sleep a little longer. We never had any problems with nipple confusion. I feel like you need to do whatever works in the beginning so that you can get enough sleep to function. Ha! Once they start sleeping a little better (3ish months for us) then we start working on other stuff. Glad you are enjoying your SAHM time! ; )

  • Dawn July 5, 2012, 9:26 am

    I really appreciate the way you invite us into your life with Henry and Dad HTP every day. I go to your blog several times a day just to see if you have posted!!

    I am starting to wonder about an Operation Beautiful for new moms. Also wondering if you can have Play Date/Walk Date with other new mom soon!? I worry that you are working too hard, both of you.
    Just another riveted lurker!!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 9:57 am

      Thanks for reading 🙂 I’ve had lots of friends over! It’s nice when people come to visit 🙂

  • Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat July 5, 2012, 9:27 am

    Sounds like a bumpin’ household!!! 🙂 That’s great that you’re up to 45 min walks. I bet it feels good to get outside each morning to enjoy the gorgeous summer weather too, before it gets too hot. It appears Henry is a very hungry baby and likes his routine… very much like me! LOL. Have a great day Caitlin!

  • Samantha July 5, 2012, 9:28 am

    We also have the Chicco KeyFit for our baby (due in 6 days, can’t wait!) – did you have to buy a special adapter to get it to fit in the City Mini?

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 10:16 am

      Yes… Such a rip off too. $50 for a piece of metal 🙁

      • Kelly July 5, 2012, 11:05 am

        I actually have the City Mini as well, and you can use it without the car seat even with young babies! Just put it in the fully reclined position and use with a Snuzzler (a padded insert that’s about $12!). We’ve been using ours this way since our baby came home from the hospital 🙂

        • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:19 pm

          Oh reallly?!?! Awesome!

  • Claire @ Live and Love to Eat July 5, 2012, 9:29 am

    You guys are awesome at adapting to new challenges and making it work – Henry must be growing like a weed! 🙂

  • Erica July 5, 2012, 9:35 am

    Sounds like an absolutely perfect morning, and reminds me of my mornings when my kids were little. Henry is soooo sweet, what a precious face. You guys are doing great, Mom and Dad:)

  • Alex @ Raw Recovery July 5, 2012, 9:44 am

    Wow, what a long day you’ve had already!

  • Nicole @ Making Good Choices July 5, 2012, 9:45 am

    keep doing what works for your family! i enjoy reading about what works for you and how it’s going.thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Sara July 5, 2012, 9:47 am

    Wow. Feeding 8 at 9 a.m. That’s crazy. Thanks for sharing your morning! I love your Henry updates 🙂

  • Calee July 5, 2012, 10:00 am

    I love that you are splitting the SAH days. That is such a great idea — and it’s really cool that both your jobs are willing to work with you!

  • Christina July 5, 2012, 10:10 am

    I’m sure you’ve heard this tip already – have you tried increasing the amount of healthy fats you’re eating? Sometimes that helps give breast milk more ‘staying power’ and the baby feeds less frequently.

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 10:17 am

      I haven’t heard that but I’m trying to eat more fats anyway… Spoonfuls of coconut oil (ew).

      • Christina July 5, 2012, 10:31 am

        I’d choose spoonfuls of peanut butter 🙂

        • Rachael @ Mrs-Adventure July 5, 2012, 11:06 am


          I’ve made ‘raw balls’ which are a mix of PB, Rice Cereal, Nuts and Coconut Flakes they’ve helped me up my healthy fats – I’ve seen lots of recipes for them via blogland.



  • Allison k July 5, 2012, 10:35 am

    I am a full time sahm so I do all the night feelings, which thankfully are down to 2-4 depending on the night. My baby at 8 weeks has spaced his feelings to an average of two hours. I was terrified of introducing the bottle too early, so I have never pumped regularly…. But now that we are getting to the point where I want a few hours away, or my husband and I want date night…I wish I had. Now I am worried about messing with my supply!

  • Katie @ Peace Love & Oats July 5, 2012, 10:38 am

    I can’t believe he eats so often! Haha sounds exhausting! But that breakfast looks simple but delicious!

  • Willemijn @ Run Eat Travel July 5, 2012, 10:47 am

    That picture of him looking at the blindes really made my day. So so cute! I love Henry pics!

  • Reenie July 5, 2012, 11:03 am

    That made me tired reading your post 🙂 You and The Husband are doing great. Love all the updates and daily pics too.

  • Rachael @ Mrs-Adventure July 5, 2012, 11:03 am

    We are expecting our first this September. I can’t believe how quickly time has flown I sure have enjoyed your posts and updates. We live in Missouri and are planning a natural home birth (we are 10 min from the hospital. I’m hoping to do as well as you have with adjusting to a newborns 24/7 schedule I have a feeling there will be lots of meltdowns on my part I’m so nervous.

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:18 pm

      You can do it!

  • sheryl July 5, 2012, 11:04 am

    Loved this post!! Little Henry is very adorable. My newborn (who just turned on last week) loved the blinds in our room too. My husband and I slept separately often when Charlotte was young as well. I had to get up every two hours and though staying at home is difficult, now that I’m back to work I couldn’t imagine having to get up every 1-2 hours and function 100% at work. Keep doing what works for you 🙂 You guys will have plenty of time for romance!

  • Marissa C July 5, 2012, 11:15 am

    Glad your schedule is working out!

    Don’t feel bad about the bottle…we introduced it early too. She’s always done well with a bottle, pacifier, and breastfeeding.

  • Sarah July 5, 2012, 11:32 am

    I’ve been reminded several times by several people that you need to do what works for you and not worry about what other people do or even suggest. Every baby is an individual.

    I was determined to exclusively nurse our son. But he wasn’t gaining enough weight because he’s super long, so we started to supplement. He then gained 3.5 lbs in a month – which told me that on my own, I wasn’t giving him what he needed. So we nursed and supplemented until he was about 5 months. Then he got teeth, and because he would bite me, I had to stop nursing. I pumped another 3 months and he just had bottles. Was it what I wanted? Absolutely not. But it’s what worked for him. He’s now a year old and is doing everything “expected” ahead of time. He’s super happy and I couldn’t be more thrilled as to how he’s developing as a person.

    Sometimes your schedule is no schedule – and that’s ok too. My mom always reminded me – this is temporary – he will grow and his patterns will change.

    Henry is so cute! Enjoy every day (even the tough ones) – they will go by so fast!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:18 pm


  • Abby July 5, 2012, 11:33 am

    I’ve always loved this about your blog, but even more now that you’re a mom: you don’t sugar-coat things. Who cares if your baby has a bottle already or your husband sleeps in the guest room a few nights a week? It’s working for your family and it seems like you are doing a fantastic job. Sanity & functionality are more important than being “perfect” or following the rules. You both should be so proud of your parenting so far!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:17 pm

      Thanks Abby!

  • Julia H. @ Going Gulia July 5, 2012, 11:59 am

    I can’t believe how often that little one eats! Btw, I’m so glad you still have time to blog with Henry here now. I was nervous that we’d hear from you far less after he was born (which would be totally understandable, btw!!). Happy you’re still in the blog world 🙂

  • Kristen July 5, 2012, 12:10 pm

    Are you sure he is definitely hungry at all those wake times in the middle of the night? Just because a baby wakes doesn’t necessarily mean he has to eat. He may just need a pacifier to satiate his suck reflex, a good swaddle, and a pat on the back in order to soothe himself back to sleep. If I were you I would probably talk to the lactation consultant or pediatrician about how frequently he really should be eating through the night at this point. Also, you should try to promote cluster feeding before bedtime – feed him as much as possible to fill him up – in order to encourage him to sleep longer through the first part of the night.

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:17 pm

      I think he is truly hungry because he always eats for at least 8 min (his average is only 10). But you could be right… I try to let him fuss for a few minutes alone bc he sometimes settles. Any advice on telling the difference between hunger and something else?

      • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:25 pm

        Oh and trust me, he already cluster feeds. LOL

  • Alicia July 5, 2012, 12:17 pm

    These posts are so fascinating and informative for me as I prepare for my little one’s arrival in a little over a month. Thanks for sharing! I hope you don’t mind this question, since we are struggling with what to do about this issue, but you mentioned the blinds and I see pictures of them all over your house…have you done anything to make them safe for the baby or are they a safe kind? Are you waiting? We have blinds throughout our house and are trying to settle on a safe and not exorbitantly expensive alternative now.

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:26 pm

      Aren’t the cords just the only unsafe part? Not currently worried about it bc he can’t even hold up his little head 🙂


  • Amanda Perry @ Sistas of Strength July 5, 2012, 12:17 pm

    Sounds like a wonderful schedule!!! We did the bottle and breastfeeding pretty soon after my son was born and didn’t have issues either. 🙂

  • Annette@FitnessPerks July 5, 2012, 12:17 pm

    Holy crap-that IS a lot of feedings!! WOW. Super mom!

    Nice job on all the walks. That is super fantastic 🙂

  • Amy July 5, 2012, 12:19 pm

    You’re doing a great job! I also did a pumped bottle before bed and it worked great. Don’t worry about nipple confusion if he’s doing well so far- it can only get ‘better’ from here! Also, are you against a pacifier? That might help stretch him more toward 2 hours. (I think) there is just a strong urge to suck. p.s. I was someone who commented on your placenta pills months ago and I’m sorry!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:29 pm

      We started to use a paci a few days ago. It’s amazing. I don’t think I should use it to stretch his daytime feeds though because they are so short. 🙁 I will ask my lact consultant though! Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Morgan July 5, 2012, 12:26 pm

    We still have one of us sleep in the guest room and the other in the master if one of us is super tired. Our girl is almost 8 months old and is still up very often in the night. It’s exhausting, but I’m totally all about doing what you can to get some sleep. Sleep deprivation is no joke and can really wear on you.

  • Stacy K July 5, 2012, 12:30 pm

    Your posts have been so helpful as we are expecting our first in October. A few random items I noted from your post that I have questions about…..

    Does Henry sleep with two outfits on at night?

    What type of breast pump are you using? I looked at the prices the other night for Medela and they are so much! I also looked into renting from the hospital, but we hope to have a second baby and in the long run we may as well just buy one.

    Have you had issues with Henry leaking through his pj’s at night? What diapers are you using? I’ve heard stories about boys leaking a lot more than girls and it stresses me out.

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 12:38 pm

      Hi! Congrats!

      We don’t swaddle at night so he sleeps in a onesie and footed pjs. No blanket in the bassinet of course. We don’t swaddle just because he sleeps fine without it. We have some sleep sacks for him but he is too small for them right now. I’m excited for those bc they are easier to get off and off.

      Yes, he soaks through his pajamas about 1/3 of nights. It’s really annoying because then there is a complete outfit and diaper change which really wakes him up. I think it’s just a fact of life bc I’ve tried multiple brands and sizes. He’s currently in pampers swaddle which I like although I normally buy organic (no organic options at Walmart, go figure). The seventh generation ones are pretty good. Just make sure you point the penis down!

      I was really against the idea of a Medela pump bc they are so expensive. I originally bought a $20 hand pump and it KILLED. My advice is to suck it up and buy the Medela Pump in Style, especially if you want to breastfeed for at least a few months and plan to have a second child. It’s pricey but it’s soooooo worth it. It’s so easy to use. Faster and way more comfortable. Also I am running the purchase through my insurance bc I got my lactation consult to write a note indicating that I needed to pump. Something to think about! Also I saw the Medela on sale at Target for $200 at one point. If I did it all over again, I would register for gift cards for Target and see if you can use those to help bring the cost down.

  • Autumn July 5, 2012, 12:33 pm

    I am a huge fan of dad feeding at least one “vampire” bottle in the middle of the night so mom can get some sleep. I think I would have died of sleep deprivation with our twins if we hadn’t figured that out very quickly. Glad it’s working for you!

  • Kath July 5, 2012, 12:47 pm

    These posts have been so fascinating to me. I have been absolutely glued to your blog since you had Henry. I’m expecting my 1st (also a boy) in 12 days and am pretty nervous about what to expect. The newborn/postpartum period worries me far more than the labor/delivery (we took Bradley Method classes too!). It is SO informative to see what your schedule is like and how things are going, so thank you for sharing!
    PS: I’m also planning on encapsulating my placenta. I hope the pills have been continuing to help with your mood and energy!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 1:17 pm

      You will do great! Just accept help when it is offered. Congrats!!!

  • Leah July 5, 2012, 1:14 pm

    You are doing so great. I completely support the breast/bottle thing. If he is not confused, then why not! I know way too many parents who wait months and months and then baby will not take bottle and then it becomes a fight to get them to take it.

    Just curious though.. is Henry really drowsy when you are feeding him in the middle of the night? I know you said that you change him after you feed him (which makes sense if he pees during feeding) but do you think he might wake up a bit more if you changed him first, and possibly take more milk (and maybe even go longer stretches for you in the night!). I know you didn’t ask for advice on this, I was just thinking about it while reading this post!

    Anyway, good job on the work outs lately!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 1:19 pm

      I have tried this a few times to wake him up further, it’s kind of hit or miss. He tends to have a poop explosion right after I feed him!!! LOL. And I love advice like this.

  • Amber K July 5, 2012, 1:49 pm

    I totally understand needing to sleep apart so he can be well rested for work. To be honest, my husband and I sleep apart every single night because he snores extremely loudly and I move all around the bed at night. Neither one of us gets any rest if we share a bed.

    We snuggle at night together before going off to sleep. Really the only thing I’m missing is being woken up when his alarm goes off three hours before I need to be up! lol

  • Paije Lidster July 5, 2012, 1:58 pm

    Your day sounds so similar to mine and my baby is 3 months old! She still eats every 1-2 hours during the day and has just started sleeping 3-6 hours at night. We introduced the bottle early too and have had no problems with nipple confusion.
    Have you heard of the Ergo cocoon? It has been amazing for getting her to sleep longer at night. And the best part is that you can let their little arms or legs out if they don’t like being completely swaddled up 🙂

  • Marci July 5, 2012, 2:04 pm

    wow those are frequent feedings. we introduced bottles very early too. no problem. we have the same stroller/car seat combo and use it all day long. love it!

  • Kris @ tryingtotri July 5, 2012, 3:07 pm

    Oh wow, I don’t know how you do it. My babies were all hungry all the time too, and I struggled with breastfeeding my first (the other two wound up being bottle babies because of my difficulty with my first). My doctor eventually switched us to half breastfed, half formula because he was eating so often and not getting enough calories.

    Obviously Henry is getting enough calories – he appears to be growing fine!

  • Liz23 July 5, 2012, 4:53 pm

    You are doing great at feeding Henry on demand! My LO is 14 months now and we are still nursing! The first 3-6 months are so hard with nursing. I felt like it was my second full time job-especially the pumping. But it does get better and less frequent. My little guy nursed SO MUCH the first couple of months. We tried a paci but he just wasn’t down. I was really shocked how much he nursed but I just had to accept my new normal. I also just kept repeating that it won’t be like this forever. At the time it felt like it would go on forever but now I look back and think that it was such a short stage! Good luck and just remember that you are doing everything great! Just follow your instincts–you know what’s best!

  • Jessica July 5, 2012, 5:31 pm

    I know, when people tell you before you have a baby that you “won’t sleep” and “the baby will nurse all the time” you think they are exaggerating – but they’re not, lol! That’s life with a newborn! 🙂 I swear, if I had a dollar every time I read or someone tells me that their baby eats more often or sleeps less than the “normal newborn”… ha! But don’t worry, it will get easier, every mom goes through it, and we all get through it! You’re exceptionally lucky that you get to work from home part time, and that your husband’s schedule is so flexible. My husband’s a firefighter and needs his sleep as well (since he’s not guaranteed to get any during his 24 hour shifts), so once he went back to work, he will on occasion sleep in the guest room. It hasn’t adversely affected our relationship. I’ve handled all my baby wake-ups (I don’t have a huge milk supply and if I skip a feeding it really screws with my supply), and you really do adjust to it and it becomes not that big of a deal, once they stop pooping after every feed and you start getting 2-3 hour stretches of sleep at a time. Most days I feel absolutely fine, can work out, go to work 40 hrs a week, etc. and I’ve only had a handful of 5 hour stretches of sleep in the past six months. You’ll make it, don’t worry! One big thing I think that’s helped me is that I completely cut out caffeine (and alcohol as well) before I got pregnant, and I haven’t had any since. I think that not being dependent on it has made it easier for my body to adjust to the smaller amounts of sleep. If you told me a few years ago that I would be able to go over a year without any caffeine or alcohol, I would have laughed at them, but I have never felt better physically (even with the sleep deprivation)!

  • Jenn July 5, 2012, 5:37 pm

    I love hearing that he’s nursing so often! Frequent nursing in the first 6weeks usually means an excellent supply for the rest of the duration of nursing (stretching feeds out in the early days often leads to supply issues around 4months).

    Both my girls fed really frequently in the first 3months. Some of it wasn’t hunger, possibly, was just a need for comfort, but I think comfort is just as big a need as food, so I was ok with all the nursing! We also had me and babe in one room and Husband in another. Hasn’t done our marriage any harm – its just a season of life 🙂

    I think you’re doing a great job.

  • Katie O July 5, 2012, 5:44 pm

    Our Declan is 5 weeks old now and we are finding much the same things! I’ve been sleeping on the couch and the hubby in the bed to allow him to get enough sleep. and we’ve been doing a bottle since week 2 and he has had no confusion or problem going between bottle and breast. My husband wants him breastfeeding primarily, so he went and bough these:

    we love them. we’ve also got him using a pacifier from day 1 and he’s been fine! i think it’s all about what works for your family and forget what everyone else says!

  • Noelle July 5, 2012, 6:06 pm

    Do what works for you, if giving him a bottle keeps your sanity do it (I totally did it and my daughter was not confused). If sleeping apart is working, keep it up. The sleep deprivation is seriously hard. Both of us were HALLUCINATING because we were so tired, thinking the baby was suffocating in the bed, sleepwalking around the bedroom. Get your sleep anyway you can even if that means breaking some of the ‘rules’ you had established for yourself.

  • Marie July 5, 2012, 7:30 pm

    Thanks so much for sharing your life as a mom with us. I would love to hear the SAHD version as well. I have to say I admire how much energy you have for being able to take care of Henry, the dogs, breastfeeding, and working still. I had twins and it wouldn’t have mattered either way. I was so dead tired and it was awhile before I started to workout and I didn’t breastfeed very long because they wouldn’t latch on. You rock!

    • Caitlin July 5, 2012, 7:32 pm

      I cannot IMAGINE having twins. YOU rock.

  • Lisa July 5, 2012, 7:49 pm

    Is he sucking or drinking when he’s nursing?
    My 12MO is still nursed. When he was Henry’s age it would sometimes take up to an hour to complete a feed but he’d then only feed 2 full hours from the time that feed ended. has some great teaching videos to learn the difference between sucking and drinking.

    If he’s only sucking… Toss him a soother;)

  • Lisa July 5, 2012, 7:51 pm
  • Holly July 5, 2012, 9:41 pm

    Hi Caitlin – we had the same issue with feeding with my now ten month old son, Fintan. And I tried everything to space out feedings!! We once had a day where he ate 17 times! People judged me but screw them Turns out he had acid reflux and still can’t handle drinking more than 5 ounces max at a time. Do whatever works best for you! I think you’re doing an awesome job 🙂

  • Ali July 6, 2012, 7:26 am

    We have to dod separate bedrooms on my husbands work days too- he gets up at 3:30am…so it would really suck if he also had to be woken up for all of the feedings! Also, we have the City MIni double stroller. Love it!!!

  • Meghan @ CarmanClan July 6, 2012, 5:19 pm

    For the first 6 weeks I slept in the guest room since my husband had to get up for work and grad school. Now I wish I could go sleep in the guest room and he would get up….

  • Lexi @ You, Me, & A World to See July 7, 2012, 10:22 pm

    Oops I didn’t even realize what SAHM meant at first 😉 I thought for a second that it was a different spelling of the name “Sam”!

  • G.Eva August 1, 2012, 10:33 am

    Hi! First time commenter here. You are doing great. I’ve got massive experience with a fussy, cholic baby that just wouldn’t sleep for more than 20 mins at a time for weeks.. We ended up crying with our pediatrician after 6weeks of little or no sleep and he saved our sanity! A couple of years later I had another girl.. And she was a fantastic sleeper. Nothing was the same with the two of them so trust your instincts. I would like to hear that you get more than an hour or two of continous sleep.. Maybe even 5 hours! Personally I think baby blue is either using you as a pacifier..or you need to check out if he’s getting enough milk from you (just to make sure) and if he is getting enough then tackle it right away. Nothing gets parents of a newborn into trouble with each other as fast as no real sleep. Good luck and all the best to you from Iceland.

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