Young children have a way redefining a parent’s definition of a good night’s sleep. When once in the time B.C. (before children) anything less than a solid eight was a rough night, those miniature midnight marauders can make a parent grateful to be able to string together a pair of three-hour naps before dawn.
As the years go by and the midnight bad dream/need a drink/bathroom help interruptions become fewer and farther between, those experiences can actually become fond memories.
Newcomer to MDB Dale Lott recounts a sweet memory of his 3-year-old daughter’s lunar encounter in Moonshine and Little Things.
Dale’s blog is Editorial Bent, fitting for a corporate editor. He and his wife live in Utah and are parents of five.
Welcome, Dale, to MDB.