I miss having a regular sleep schedule. One day I need naps just to function as a human being, then other days I can't sleep and I'm up until 2am knitting. With all of my other symptoms, I would really like the second trimester to get here sooner. :-)
So, what your saying is, if I should treasure any second trimester sleep I get like it's gold? Lol, I already wake up once a night or so to pee which is so abnormal for me, can't WAIT until baby is kicking my bladder.
I was an insomniac in my 2nd trimester. I wouldn't fall asleep until after midnight. I also dealt with numerous bathroom runs. I still do, being 31 weeks, but my sleep cycle is a little better. I would love to only wake up once a night to pee. Hope things get better for you. :)
WHY DID WE DO THIS TO OURSELVES?!?!?
j/k, lol. The good news is I have plenty of books I haven't read in my house and my friend is going to teach me how to knit baby booties and hats! At least I'll have plenty to do while I don't sleep!
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