Thursday, October 6, 2011

Ella Bevy, You are Naughty

Today I'm linking up with Emily for "Embrace the Camera"


My sweet little adorable daughter is driving me crazy! She is regressing when it comes to sleep.
And I as put it {here} I cannot let my babies just cry it out at night.
When we brought her home from the hospital she was only waking up once at night to eat. I thought to myself, "Finally! A good sleeper who I don't even have to sleep train". I just knew I wasn't going to have to train her at all.

Well...flash forward to 2.5 months:
She hit a growth spurt and started waking up 3-5 times a night. Yes people, 3-5 times. She went through that for about 2 weeks, then went down to about 2 times a night. Since then she has figured it out that I will come and get her whenever she cries.

So I've been giving her a while to cry it out. Not working, and she's waking everybody up.

I think it's time for her to get it.

She's just so darn cute. How could I ever say no to her sweet little face?



So until then, I think I'll just be sleep deprived. Oh well, babies are worth it!


~And as a side note. I put those jammies on her when she went to bed. This is how I found her after nap. She wiggled her way out of them. Amazing!~

Also linked up to Miss Mommy
for "Tag Along Thursday"

14 comments:

Nessa said...

Remembering that this is only a phase might not give you any more energy - but it will make you breath a little easier. She is adorable.

Magpies & Fireflies said...

New follower from the Tag-Along Thursday Blog Hop! Oh how I miss that age! She's a peach by the way!

annaleighmcclelland said...

I can totally relate! My girl is quite the night owl! She also wiggled out of her jammies and swaddle when we had only been home with her for a couple days. It really is amazing what they can get into, and out of! Your little one is such a cutie pie! I hope you get some sleep soon ;-)

Ruthie Hart said...

you must be exhausted!! But how can you say no to that beautiful face!

Sweet Floweret said...

New follower from blog hop. I have an Ella too. She's 5 years old ;)
Tina
www.sweetfloweret.com

JRuud said...

Your daughter is absolutely beautiful!! Fantastic pictures; fantastic blog.

PS: Love the song playing and your layout :)

Nicole @ Miss Mommy said...

Hi!. Thanks for linking up with us and i'm following you now!. Cute kiddos!. Glad to meet you!

Reannah @ {Shaped by Grace} said...

I'm a new follower from Miss Mommy's Tag-Along Thursday Blog Hop!! I wouldn't be able to say no to that precious little face either!! I've already read a few of your posts and I can't wait to read more! :) Have a great day! God Bless, Reannah

This is the day! said...

I think bed time is the hardest part about parenting. I have struggled with all three of my kids at night, I had such a hard time with crying it out and they knew it! She is precious!

Mary and Dyer said...

omg... she is so, so cute. I have a almost 5 and almost 4 year old (10 months apart... very unexpected too) and I am so ready for another one. Especially seeing pictures like this! She is just precious! xox

I just became your newest follower! I would love for you to visit my blog & follow back if you'd like.

Also, check out my giveaway for a Missoni for Target hat! :)

Blessings,
Kat
www.maryanddyer.blogspot.com

Sarah {the fontenot four} said...

Hi! New follower from the blog hop too!

Em @ And Nothing Else Matters said...

That second picture is gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining in on our Tag-Along Thursday blog hop, following your lovely blog now! Em xo

Bethany said...

Thank you all for the sweet comments and so glad to have so many new followers!!! You are all amazing!

Marcy Kay said...

aw she is just too cuteeee!!! I agree, I've never been one to let my kids cry it out either =/ Well not when they are that young, anyways =) I am on the sleep-deprived train with you, ma'am! Lol.