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Friday Jul 31, 2009

First time sleeping in tummy

Last night it was a full night of sleeping in the tummy, we didn't decided on this, she decided for us. During her evening routine, she just wouldn't stay still on her back, and she literally fool me at one point. I 'shhh' her to sleep as I typically do, then she stop making noises and had me thinking she had fallen sleep, as she typically does, but nooooo.. I gave her a couple of seconds but instead of walking out of the bedroom as I typically do, I stayed in her room to watch her and 1..2..3 sec boom.. she rolled in her tummy and cried because she wanted us. So I then had to apply the crying to sleep technique in her tummy while I was in the room. It worked.. but the entire night both Larina and I were concern about her little nosy.

So we took turns Larina first tried to sleep with her, but she couldn't because she was too concern on every noise that she would do, but Larina as a good mother, she took care of her while I got some sleep until she was feed around 2AM.

Then it was my turn to take care of her, I moved into Oceana's room and sleep with her, I totally understand why Larina couldn't sleep, I had a hard time as well. On every little noise you just want to wake up and see how she is doing, just because is the first time that she is sleeping in her tummy.

I ended up waking up at 6:50 AM and took a few pictures of her. It was a very difficult thing to do due to the low level settings. I increased the ISO to 800 and had to use different lighting techniques...at one point I had a shirt on top of me and bounce a flashlight from it to get a better lighting.. which to my suprised worked pretty well.


I did the exact same thing.. I had very little sleep with Justin. I also took pictures during the night with flash bouncing off on weirdest thing. :)

Posted by Mama Sarah on July 31, 2009 at 09:36 AM EDT #

Where are this pictures?

Posted by Angel Vera on July 31, 2009 at 09:47 AM EDT #

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