Sleep. It’s a mystery to me. It seems so simple, and yet so many of us are sooooo bad at it. Why? I’m not a scientist, so, sadly, I cannot answer this question. But luckily I have the Internets to help me decode the quagmire.
Or at least, the Internet can verify what I already know.
Or at least, the Internet can increase my anxiety.
Because my toddler? Yeah, he’s sleep deprived. So am I (OBVIOUSLY).
After another TWO painful nights of solo parenting, once again I decided to hit the books — er, keys — to see if I could find a solution to our sleep woes.
What I found is more of the same information, and verification that yes, in fact, my child is sleep-deprived. Here are some signs to look out for, if you’re in the same boat as I am. Gosh, I hope you are, and not because I don’t want you to get any sleep, it’s just that … it’s a lonely boat, or at least it feels that way.
Meanwhile, check out these toddlers that are obviously NOT sleep-deprived (except maybe the one with the remote control).
Your toddler might be sleep-deprived if:
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