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January 10, 2008



Consistency really does make a big difference. My son listens better to me than he does with his dad, because he knows what mommy will do but daddy never does the same thing twice.
You are doing a great job with your kids.
Hopefully the sleep thing will happen for you.

Cath Young

Discipline is walking a shaky line. With 5 boys, I can tell you that it's easy to slip, and even if you get it mostly right, it does not mean that your child is going to grow up to take your lessons and life style to heart. Now that my oldest ones are adults, I see many of their peers that I've known as babies, and can tell you that some of the worst brats that made their mothers sick and insane have turned out to be responsible, caring, respectful adults. And some of the best behaved babies have grown up to be problems. You do the best you can and try to stick to the line you want to uphold, but don't pummel yourself when you slip a bit.

Also, try lunesta as a break from the Ambien. Ambien can become addictive, and I truly wonder if it gives true restful sleep as lunesta does. Just make sure you have a full 6-8 hours to sleep.

Take care. Wish I lived nearby. I wouldn't mind helping out for a cup of tea!

Cath Young


I have had excellent results from doing the sleep drugs... Reliable and good quality sleep has improved my life a lot.

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