Holding my breath

I’m probably jinxing myself here but Eve napped alone for an hour and a half yesterday.
I did have to climb into the cot with her to get her to sleep, but my retreat was successful on the second try and there she stayed, snugly asleep ALONE! I held my breath and tiptoed back with the camera to prove that it really did happen.

It’s funny how my days achievements used to revolve around multi million dollar accounts and attempting not to tell people where they could stick them and now they revolve around sleep warfare.

The magic infaquarium

On Christmas Eve Eve, Eve was given an awesome gift. Or maybe the gift was for me because it turned out to be the gift of sleep.

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Photo via Ubabub

Evidence that Eve will sleep somewhere that is not on me now!

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Sorry for the poor quality I’m blogging via phone until we move again.

So far I adore the Ubabub, Eve loves that she can look through the sides and see us. I love that unlike her original cot she can’t get her arms stuck through the bars and of course that she will actually sleep in this cot.

The cot itself it extremely solid and has fixed sides so doesn’t have the safety issues of a drop sided cot. The retro styling really fits with my personal style aesthetic which I think is important at this price point, it’s no good spending a lot of money on something you don’t like to look at. It’s also large enough that I hope to keep Eve in it for some time.

If you’re looking for a hefty splurge then I’d absolutely recommend this cot.

Please not that this or any product I have raved about is not a paid promotion / advertising. I just like to share what works for us and in this case our good fortune through my mothers’ generosity.

The magic infaquarium

On Christmas Eve Eve, Eve was given an awesome gift. Or maybe the gift was for me because it turned out to be the gift of sleep.

Photo via Ubabub

Evidence that Eve will sleep somewhere that is not on me now!

Sorry for the poor quality I’m blogging via phone until we move again.

So far I adore the Ubabub, Eve loves that she can look through the sides and see us. I love that unlike her original cot she can’t get her arms stuck through the bars and of course that she will actually sleep in this cot.

The cot itself it extremely solid and has fixed sides so doesn’t have the safety issues of a drop sided cot. The retro styling really fits with my personal style aesthetic which I think is important at this price point, it’s no good spending a lot of money on something you don’t like to look at. It’s also large enough that I hope to keep Eve in it for some time.

If you’re looking for a hefty splurge then I’d absolutely recommend this cot.

Please not that this or any product I have raved about is not a paid promotion / advertising. I just like to share what works for us and in this case our good fortune through my mothers’ generosity.