Friday, September 5, 2008
Why do they say "Sleeping like a baby?"
Keely only likes to sleep on her Bobby Newborn Lounger. You lay her down flat and she wakes up in about 10 seconds. We bought a movement sensor/monitor that will go off if she doesn't move after 20 seconds. Its pretty cool, it detects her breathing, which gives me peace of mind. But seriously, why do they say "sleeping like a baby"??? Babies don't really sleep that great. At least mine doesn't. She isn't bad but she still gets up to eat and for a diaper change and does a fair amount of grunting. Maybe because they can fall asleep in what I would think uncomfortable positions and at any given time?