The comfort level of one’s bed is directly proportional to the volume of one’s baby’s screams. Ie: The louder and more urgent the cries, the more comfortable the bed… as in harder to get out of. Unfortunately the inverse is also true. Once the baby falls back asleep and volume level is low, the bed is somehow not nearly as comfortable, and therefore mommy is left tossing and turning for at least 1.5 hours, or as long as it takes for baby’s volume to again reach a dull roar.
Random Thought: Graphs & Charts