Lol your baby is going to be more active at night because during the day you're most likely walking and moving. Essentially rocking them to sleep throughout the day. Then when you're still it's party time!!! Lol. When they are born the day/night cycle will help regulate their sleep... along with everyone lovin on them. And I'm not sure why I write this as if you're having multiples lol.
My little one does that a lot too. I try to lay down about a half hour before I actually want to go to bed so Charlotte can get her exercises out of the way by the time I fall asleep. She always wakes up at about 3 am too using my bladder as a kick bag.
I have a night owl too! I talk to her all the time and I say "hey little homie I know it's dark in there all the time but it's night time out here go to sleep" haha of course this never works but it's pretty damn funny talking to her! I hope she has a better schedule when she's out here!
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