Wednesday, January 6


Oh glorious sleep, how I have missed thee. Let me count the ways:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 hours of uninterrupted sleep in a row!

That's right ladies and gentleman, for the second time in the seven weeks Bryce has been home he slept completely through the night. He had a bottle at 10:30 p.m. last night and was asleep by 11 p.m. When he awoke this morning and it was still dark outside I naturally assumed it was his regular 2 a.m. wake up. Imagine my surprise when the clock read 6 a.m.

I even asked Caleb what time his clock said because I couldn't believe it.

Now we're left to wonder whether it was the 10:30 p.m. feed (an unusual feeding time for Bryce) or the fact that none of us has slept longer than 2 hours in three days. Was he just completely exhausted or content?

Rest assured, I'll be scouring the Daily BAM report's plethora of stats and data for any clues that might help me solve this great mystery. But if you think you know something I don't please do tell!


  1. Oh glorious day! There is nothing greater than uninterrupted sleep! You tend to forget what it feels like. Total exhaustion is "the norm" and a clear thought is unheard of. Congratulations!

  2. Hey
    Good Grandson
    Abuelita is so proud Bryce your Mommy needs sleep.
    Lov U All

  3. Yeah! Time for celebration! Let's hope it's the first of many many full nights of sleep!

  4. Oh so glad you caught some sleep.

  5. Hello from SEATTLE, WA!! We are the family of Nina Spriggs from Houston who has kept us well-informed on Bryce's journey. Just wanted to say we all share in the excitement of Bryce being at home and wanted you to know you are forever in our prayers and thoughts!! Lots of love to you all. The Whittons, Beth, John, Jesse, Mandy and Wadejr. xo


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