In the past, I'd always been a great sleeper. I never had a problem falling asleep or getting a good night's rest — that is, until I had my first child!
My son Timothy was born three years ago, and let me tell you, becoming a mother has completely changed my sleeping patterns. I can definitely now relate to clients, friends, and family who've complained to me about their difficulty getting a good night's sleep. Plus, now that I'm currently pregnant with twins, a whole new slew of dozing woes — think nausea, rib pain, heartburn, and frequent bathroom trips — have hit me again. Timothy is finally sleeping through the night (I was a big co-sleeper and it took me a while), but now I'm struggling with waking up from being pregnant.
Fortunately, I've found some tried-and-true recipes for getting the best sleep I possibly can despite being pregnant and having a toddler. Here's what I recommend: