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Question:How do you cope with less sleep?

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Martskin

Answer:

That is without a doubt the hardest part of having a new-born. Just remember that it's only temporary. It usually gets easier after three or four months. And before you know it you'll be turning on their bedroom lights in the morning trying to wake up them up for school!

Answered by: Martskin on 9/29/08
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