Yes, it's 5:30 in the morning and I am wide awake. I've been up since who knows when, maybe 3:30 or so. Every day it's the same- go to bed around 11:30, wake up at some point in the middle of the night and then can't go back to sleep. Truly, this is Mother Nature's cruelest joke. Yes, I realize that very shortly I will be getting up every few hours to tend to a newborn. But that's just it- I don't have to do that right now, so why the heck can't I sleep? Shouldn't it be like a squirrel before hibernation who stores up as many acorns as possible? I get to sleep all I want now because I won't be getting it very soon. Seems logical to me. But apparently my logic is bass ackwards or I'm just messed up and normal people really do get to do that. And can I please go for at least one 24-hour period without nausea or a headache? I'm so excited to not feel like barfing anymore. Haven't experienced that since some time in late July.
So if you see me during the day looking completely zombie-fied, now you know why.