Boooooo... first day at work tomorrow and had the night from hell :(
Just looking for sympathy lol...
Its my first day back to work tomorrow after maternity and after weeks of sttn Isobel has been up and down like a yoyo tonight. I haven't actually been to sleep yet and my alarm clock goes off in less than two hours.
No idea what it is, she's not got a fever, nappies are fine and she's had lots of milk. Maybe its a growth spurt. I was feeling really confident about how she'd do at nursery as she coped well with her settling days, now I feel like a mean mummy dropping her off with strangers when she's going to be tired and cranky and possibly not feeling well.
Thanks. I got about an hours sleep in the end I think! Early night for me tonight...
On the plus side she did really well on her first day, and did have a nap (this is the girl who for the first 10 months of life wouldn't even nap in her own cot or self settle at bedtime - we've come a long way!). I'm not expecting every day to be easy but today was as good a start as I could've had I think
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