Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Dare I Say It?

Up until now I've been too nervous to mention it (well, I'm actually still nervous- hear me knocking on wood?), but for the last three weeks there is a certain smiley little girl that has been SLEEPING THROUGH THE NIGHT.

Oh yes. You heard that right. My baby girl started sleeping through the night at two months! TWO. MONTHS. I'm telling you, this kid is an angel! Such a good girl.

"Who's a good girl?" "Gracie is!"

32 comments:

Kelly said...

That is such a blessing when there are older siblings. My third boy was the only one that slept decent as a baby and I was sooo grateful for that!

I hope the good streak continues.

Mom24 said...

Awesome!!! Congrats. Hope it keeps up.

Linda said...

What a sweet baby, and being so good for mommy!

painted maypole said...

hooray!

MQ was actually sleeping through the night at a couple of weeks. Of course, she barely napped during the day (like 2 half hour naps - if I was lucky) so she must have been tired!

Brittany said...

that is FANTASTIC!!!! :) Congrats!!!

I love her little hoodie!! AW! :)

Elaine A. said...

I think you safe to say it once she's been doing it for that long!

And yay baby Grace!!

Now. Could you have her give some tips to her friend Katie on how to do that is say oh... about a month or so? ;-)

sitting on the mood swing at the playground said...

That's pretty great news...for the whole family. No surprise she looks so sweet and well rested in the photos!

tweetey30 said...

Aww look at those beautifuld smiles she gives mommy and her family.. My girls were basically sleeping through the night from the day we brought them home or at least for like 6 hours before waking up.. So you are lucky compared to some.. Hope she stays an angel..

Riahli said...

mmmmmm...sleep...sounds so good! I have a little baby girl who is super gassy and has been up on and off every night in pain (poor girl) so I have been getting a few broken up hours of sleep a night (poor mommy). To say that I am a tad bit jealous is an understatement! :)

I swear that baby girl of your's just keeps getting cuter and cuter!

Rebecca Ramsey said...

What an angel! None of my three did that until they were at least a year old!

Not Your Aunt B said...

Both of my girls started sleeping through the night between 6-8 weeks. They are still good sleepers to this day. I think some kids just like to sleep!

Tonya said...

that is one of my FAVORITE milestones :) awesome girl.

Mel said...

Kat she is SOOOOO dang cute! She's got a great laugh too...doesn't she?

Emily said...

Grace is a good girl and you are a fortunate mommy! Charlie didn't sleep through the night until 8 months! :)

Fire Hunt said...

I love this post I need to put one on like this.

Dawn said...

That's wonderful! I wish my puppy would sleep through the night. ;)

Karen Deborah said...

way to go mom! Your making buttermilk aren't ya.

Robyn said...

thanks for the smile.

Momisodes said...

What a gift! Truly a gift she is, as well as her sleeping :)

I sure hope my little one will be like your Gracie.

Nap Warden said...

Yay...sleeping through the night is the best!

DysFUNctional Mom said...

Look at her, she knows she's a good girl too! She's so proud of herself.

Stephanie said...

Yay!! That's got to be a sweet relief :)

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

You lucky! I swear it's because she's a girl!

Tammy said...

WooHoo! That is terrific!

Tam said...

You hit the Jackpot there! That is worth MILLIONS! Congrats!

Lisa said...

I'm jealous. Really, really jealous!

Tiffany said...

How cute is she! So excited for you and all of your blessings over the past year... Good to be back blogging - thanks for visiting my blog!

Hilary said...

What a sweetie. Through the night.. good girl!

CC said...

Seems waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too early. But then, maybe she's an angel child. ;)

What a cutie patootie!!!!!

April said...

WOo hoo, Gracie!! Good girl!

Allison said...

woohoo! Go Gracie!

Jill said...

Hooray for you! Amazing how a little extra sleep really does go a LONG, LONG way, eh?

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