“So then, let us not be like others who are asleep, but let us be alert and self-controlled.”
1 Thessalonians 5:6
Learning Ranger’s sleep has been easier for me this last week. i’ve been more able to drop what I’m doing to help him sleep. To play with him and to be more in tune with his needs. I’ve been able to sit and do nothing while putting him to bed instead of frantically multi-tasking on my blog, facebook, and all that nonsense.
It’s been nice.
And Ranger has been napping better – some even in his crib. I’ve been figuring out his sleep cues and nap times because I haven’t been continually distracted by things like housework, cooking, and constant internet access.
It’s rather convenient really.
I’m hoping to be able to continue this attention when I return to the world of my to-do list, and my 31 minute projects.
Sleeping is good. :)
(In case you were wondering, I’m opting to do Ranger’s next sleep assessment when we get back home and back in our routine since looking at it now might just be a little discouraging.)
(This is a part of 31 days to Focus and Refresh a blog series my mom, sister and I are hosting as we spend 31 minutes a day improving our hearts, homes, and habits in the month of October.We would love your company!)