Jess - Speaking of hiccups, my son woke up from his sleep because of it right now, and obviously fussy, lol. I am trying to get him on bottle feeding as well as breastfeeding, as I have to get back to work from next week. It is hard to see LOs having difficulty because of that though.. And DH is all about pacifier, but when I tried to give it to little Ethan, he was not having it at all. I am not sure if I will try again or not.. It is good to see you ladies are setting up a schedule, AFM, all I am doing so far is maintaining bright lights when it is day time, so he gets to learn the difference between day and night. Honestly, I wonder if I am the only clueless first time mom, lol. I am also wearing a handful of shirts only, like you I figured there is no point covering all with spits, and I am just glad I fit into my previous clothing, so no complaints there.. My LO will be a month old this 21st. Now my new concern is I have to fly with Ethan once he is 6 weeks old, and with the chaos at the airports at the moment, and a 6 weeker, I am really stressed about how I would manage.. MrsDuck - That must be rough, having Lucy wide awake at night, good that you are slowly changing it though.. Ethan mostly(!!) sleeps at night, but he did have some rough nights when he would decide it is playtime at the middle of the night, no matter what I do.. What are you doing to change Lucy's sleep routine?