Kale still does not sleep in his crib. Not that he won't, we just haven't put him in it yet. He is 11 weeks old today. I guess maybe we should get on that, huh?
With Maile, she was still colicky at this point, and well into the following month or two. So sleeping in her crib never happened. Hell, sleeping anywhere never happened. The word sleep wasn't even in our vocabulary.
But Kale sleeps fairly well during the night. He doesn't sleep through the night without feedings or anything (I honestly have no clue how other peoples' babies do), but he'll sleep for a good four hours before waking up for a bottle.
Anyway, we've had him sleeping in his pac n play in the living room since Mike and I are usually both up late. And he'll nap in it during the day, so it's more of a convenience than anything. But I know that we have to get him in that crib!
I think we're both just scared, though. Having him in another room and all, even though we have a baby monitor...
I can't help but wonder if I'm more scared because of his condition. Like, if he were just a "normal" baby, would I be okay with having him sleep in a room by himself in his crib? And yes, I hate saying "normal" baby. But you know what I mean. If he didn't have any type of disability, I guess is what I mean. Gah. I really need to start figuring out how to word things correctly.
I don't know that I'll start tonight though. Kale has been fussy since last night with what seems to be gas pains and Mike and I haven't had much in the way of sleep or rest. I swear we've taken him on three different car rides in the past 24 hours just to 'de-fuss' him and get him to sleep. Thank god gas is cheap right now.
Anyway. If I have to hold Kale tonight in order to catch some Zzz's then that's what I'm gonna do.
I guess I'll just try tomorrow. Or the next day.