3 a.m. Feedings

3 a.m. feedings are more than feedings. They are snuggles and safety and softly sung songs. They are cozy and comfortable and contented.   Or discontented.   They are waffle printed and lavender scented. They are sniveling and sweating and shushing, and are viewed through puffy eyes, crusted with sleep. They are restless and fatiguing and short.   Or long.   And they are beautiful. … Continue reading 3 a.m. Feedings