Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Sleepy Time



Ok, so sleep things are getting a little better around here. Kya was up every 1 1/2 to 2 hours all night long when we first got home, and gradually has slept more and more at night as she has acclimated to being here. Now, she is mostly sleeping through the night. However, now the nap thing isn't going so great. She will not sleep more than an hour at a time--even though she NEEDS to! But, we are hoping that will come around too. WE are open to suggestions if anyone has any fool proof nap tricks. So far we have tried dark room, music and background noise. Nothing has seemed to make a difference.


So, here are some picks of Kya sleeping (ahhhh!) and of the girls in their PJs together.



6 comments:

Katie & Ryan said...

Gorgeous girls!
I am pretty sure your daughter was in the same room as my Nora :)
Mussie B?

Renee said...

Hi,
I found your comment on Heather's blog, my husband and I are adopting two cuties right now! I just wanted to tell you- your pictures are beautiful! Are you a photographer! The girls are even more beautiful by the way :)
Renee

Melanie said...

Your daughters are just sooooooo adorable!!!!! I just had to comment!!!

Mel

Kari said...

Thanks for the compliments!


Katie,
I know this sounds terrible, but I don't know which room she was in. Her paperwork said a different room than what she was in when we got there. I think she had been moved because she had gotten older. It was on the infant floor, basically straight ahead at the top of the stairs. Sound familiar?

Katie & Ryan said...

Yep, that sounds like Mussie B :)
I traveled w/ Shonna & she asked me to keep my eye out for her. I couldn't read any of the other babies names but I am fairly certain she was in Nora's room :)

Kari said...

Katie,
That's so cool. Shonn said she had a couple of people on the look out for us. Thanks for letting me know. Her bed was in the far back corner next to the twin little boys. And, I'm sure that you can't mistake her eyes! :)

So cool our girls were together! How are you doing since coming home?