… that is how Evangeline will forever be known in Donohue family lore.
I can count on one hand the times I’ve gotten out of bed during the night to walk my crying baby around.
My typical, every-night experience is a long, restful night of sleep. Like, we’re talking 8+ hours.
Because Evangeline has essentially slept through the night since she was born. On the 4th or fifth night home from the hospital, it’s like tiny newborn Evangeline just figured things out:
It helps that we bed-share. I might wake halfway, say, once or twice to nurse her for a few minutes before we both slip back into peaceful slumber.
I don’t know why my baby is unlike most other babies in this regard.
But I do know that I am one lucky ‘lil mama. And also that I’m in for a rude awakening (literally) when Donohue Baby no. 2 comes around.