Well, peeples, this is interesting. I am not a Facebooker, so I miss out on reading what you read.
LOL....There must be a lot of impatient, as well as disappointed parents out there, desperate for their babies to sleep through the night. And of course, they can "wish" all they want, but it just doesn't work that way, does it?
Each and every baby is different.....in pretty much every aspect. Sleep issues, feeding issues, scheduling...it's all a brand new game to the little Angels, as they adjust to being a little person in a great big world.
For parents, especially "new" parents, it's a matter of trial and error.
It's always nice to refer to books on child care and magazines dedicated to parent & child...& having helpful discussions with family and friends, with a bit of experience and wisdom under their belt.
The bottom line is that parents do a disservice to themselves by "expecting" particular things, or becoming overly concerned with an issue. Eventually, they have a way of working themselves out, even before they conjure up a solution.
In time, parents begin to realize, that all things work out and that the adjustment period for them AND their baby, can vary from one week to the next.
As all Veteran parents discover, looking back......For the most part, for 98% of all babies.....and their parents.....It's a wonderful time of learning, growing and bonding together. Before we know it, they're packing for college.
In the meantime, relax, save your strength for the really Huge things, and enjoy & treasure your child, even at 3:00 in the morning.....Right?, peeples?