Jet was even sweeter, he only got up at 12:30 and then stayed asleep until 7:30 this morning. With all the nose clearing, diaper checking and all that when he gets up at night, I could actually see this as fine aversion training for him to get up at night. Who would want saline stuck in their nose and suction applied with a bulb syringe in the middle of the night? I heard him cough or sneeze a few times all night, but he put himself back to sleep quite handily. At 7:30, I was so full of milk, when I heard him sneeze and grumble gently, I went upstairs to find him shaking his head as he started waking up and I just picked him up and fed him in his room.
Now I know why cows go into the barns, themselves, to get milked, too. I'm not sure how other breastfeeding moms actually sleep through the whole night. I end up in a puddle of milk after just 7 hours.
So I'm drinking huge amounts of tea, and my nose is a complete disaster area, but my brain's mostly clear and I'm plowing through work stuff like crazy. Whew. Yay!