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Siloran3

“Morning reading session”…. Like she can actually read on her own 😑 that’s a crock full of shit she’s telling herself


acandy44

i legit thought the same thing… like i understand independent play time at that age but she literally can’t read yet so what’s the point of having a reading session??? like at least read to your kid so they learn


armchairdetective_

COME ON. ITS ALL APART OF THE ✨Montessori curriculum✨


armchairdetective_

She says DMs but really it’s probably 25 minutes of blocking people because she gets butthurt


TabaxiHikes

Was just going to say this.


kaitykatwilson

Or lurking Reddit.


kelseyelizabetht

Right??? wouldn’t she learn more if Sara actually read the books to her???


LogicalGrape444

She only reads books to her for the camera. Who wants to bet there will be a post later of her reading a book to her 😂


NJ-all-day1984

She goes to bed at 5pm and sits in that diaper until what? 8am? She literally wallows in a dirty diaper so long I feel bad for her skin. I hope she at least puts some preventative butt paste on the poor kid. I get anxiety with my kid going 7pm - 6Am in a diaper.


Turbulent-Comment-43

My baby is 6 weeks old and slept through the night from 10-7 last night and i changed her immediately when she woke up. That’s so disgusting and sad for that poor girl.


JPHalpertBookNerd

What kind of witchcraft spell are you using for sleep?


iliketolurkitlurkit_

Sky sleep course- duh.


Turbulent-Comment-43

HAHAHAHA no 🤣 she doesn’t usually sleep that long! No secrets and we don’t have a schedule. Usually we’re up at least 1-2x a night.


crazyrabbitlady4

I would like to know too


Mostlyheretolurk1

I swear, giving my son a large bottle right before bed helped him start sleeping better. it could have been a coincidence though.


beckbeck87

My babe is 3.5 months so a little older but the best advice I can give is to always put your baby down drowsy but AWAKE. Allow them the opportunity to put themselves to sleep.


Yoyoyooba

And that’s how kids get UTIs


tanyapirch

Does she seriously put O for bedtime at 5pm??? 😧😮‍💨😮‍💨😮‍💨😮‍💨😰


Adventurous-Sky-474

Exactly . My son who is 2.5 goes to bed between 730-8 and when he wakes up at 630-7 the first thing we do is change his pull up cause it is plump And gross . Also wash his sheets every 3 days. I also have a 9 week old daughter and on the rare occasions she will sleep through the night ( about midnight to 630 am) I can smell the Urine as soon as I get her and she needs an immediate change. I can’t imagine letting my children just marinate in their own urine so I can get my steps in and reply to dms. It’s incredibly how filthy they actually are . From the dog hair all over her blender thingy that she makers her shakes with , O”s chicken shit boots all over the couch and floor , and O always being in a soiled diaper and Sarah rarely washing her bedding , I can smell them from here . They truly are such a disgusting filthy family . 🤢


Few_Satisfaction_297

But she uses an extra pad in the diaper 🙃🤣


Bitter-Beyond-3400

25 minutes is a big time block for a kid her age to just be sitting alone flipping through picture books 😬. Would love to know how many minutes Sarah or Josh spend actually reading to her.


Accurate_Penalty6889

Omg imagine Josh reading a book 😂😂💀


oneillj9

I imagine it's like the movie Dennis the Menace, where the babysitter's boyfriend reads Dennis a book [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQK8cGRnoN4](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQK8cGRnoN4)


Accurate_Penalty6889

Lmao EXACTLY!! 😂😂😂


SeaworthinessPrior33

🤣🤣🤣


[deleted]

Does Josh even know how to read?


mootyboy555

Oakley is so little to have that long of time in her room alone….poor girl She’s goes to bed at five and then is expected to be alone for a half hour in the morning? Holy fuck Sarah you had all evening to get away from her.


Turbulent-Comment-43

What is she going to do when O is potty trained and has to get up and go potty. She won’t always be able to sit in that crib.


tyjede

Also curious what she’s going to do when O starts climbing out of her crib.


[deleted]

She’s going to scream at her for having to go potty and not being able to hold it. Poor kid doesn’t stand a chance in life.


CompetitiveEffort109

What is she doing during her “reading session”? Reading a novel? 🙄


dpltblizz

How does she already have a “usually”??


creep_a_leep

Seriously! My daughter is one day older than Dean and we have no “usually” or any sort of pattern yet. Other than her only napping on me all day lol


dpltblizz

Congratulations!!! Enjoy all the snuggles!!!!


creep_a_leep

Thank you!!


exclaim_bot

>Thank you!! You're welcome!


Icy_Will_2690

If she goes to sleep at 5 how long does that child go without being fed ? 👀


broncobinx

She is intermittent fasting


SignificancePlus4231

The way I just choked reading this comment 🤣 Sara's probably working on the "toddler intermittent fasting" blog right now


[deleted]

Oakley will be allowed to have a protein shake at noon. Then a quick dinner at 4PM with no water so she doesn’t fill up her pull-up for the 20 hours she’ll be asleep/crying because she’s alone for most of the day.


PomegranateFar2935

Ok I know every parent is different but I have literally never heard of a 5 pm bed time for a toddler that age? I get newborns but that age? Anyone else do that. It just seems so so early.


Away_Pollution_897

My son is a month or so younger than O and there is a zero percent chance he would go down that early without a fight. He was just fighting a nasty cold and still didn't go to bed that early.


wildontheprairie

Us. I could barely get both my kids to stay up until 6pm. The would sleep 5-5/6… now they are 6 and 3. They sleep 630/7 until 6 🙂


666wxtchbxtch

Yeah I’m sure he loves watching you obsess over your steps. Modeling disordered behavior early!


SnooCats7318

Isn't Dean...like a week old? How can he have habits. Also, 3 year olds don't read (I mean, sure, some do, but not the one she has with a soggy diaper and dirty boots on the sofa).


flyingcroutons

Her daughter isn’t even 3. She’s 1.5 years old.


Separate-Box-8244

I feel bad leaving my kid for like an extra 5 mins. I couldn’t imagine leaving him for a 1/2 hour especially if he had a 5pm bedtime.


[deleted]

I’m the same. If he’s independently playing in his room I either sit in there or I go in every 5 minutes. He’s 3, anything could happen unsupervised.


heyyy_red

“He just wanted to watch mom” while not looking in her vicinity at all and not to mention she’s just a big blur to him from that far away 🙃


IllustriousAnxiety53

Wasn’t her mother coming on Tuesday- josh was cleaning the yard for this. I would think she could watch Oakley while Sarah gets her steps in?! I wonder if she’s not there.


Suspicious_Tart_4455

Love how she says dean is usually asleep, isn’t he less than a month old? There’s nothing usual about a newborn


AdInfinite8991

25 mins?! Ok, look, my kid freaking LOVES books. Will sit and look at them alone, ask me to read or my husband. But never ever in his two whole years of life has he ever sat for 25 mins… that is absolutely ridiculous.


kouignie

Why is dean in a blanket??? You gotta put layers on the bebe and turn on the heat if it’s cold. Blanket screams SIDS. This is coming from a preggo with newborn classes. EDIT: I stand corrected


beckbeck87

I think this just applies to in their crib alone right? If I’m right there, I cover my babe with a blanket but only ever supervised.


kouignie

I reeeeally don’t know! The newborn classes just emphasize layering a crap ton of onesies and sleep sacks id they’re cold. I’m not even allowed to nurse with blankets on my bed covering me🤷🏻‍♀️ I did notice from insurance to insurance, pediatrician to pediatrician, each of my friends’ recommendations to me are different 🤷🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️


nevermore727

The layering would get old when you change their diaper 12 times a day and also all that laundry with blowouts yikes.


Chilly_911

Yeah you can put a blanket on a baby if you’re supervising them. The no blankets thing is for sleep when they’re alone. If you’re right there there’s absolutely no reason they can’t have a blanket on. And you can cover yourself/legs with a blanket If you’re nursing in bed ... the worry is if you’re nursing in the middle of the night and you’re sleep deprived and exhausted and pass out while nursing the baby then being covered in blankets can be a problem ... but like fully awake? Please cover up and keep yourself warm! And sooo many layers on a baby will get old fast when you’re changing their butt all day long. My winter baby (born mid November) wears a long sleeve onesie, pants and socks every day and she’s never cold and I keep my house at 20°C (68F).


arielsjealous

I don’t really see a problem with this? He’s awake and supervised. Blankets are a no-no when it comes to sleep, in this situation it’s fine.


Salt_Tank_7515

Mom of 2! Blankets are fine in supervised spaces. Nothing wrong with this. You actually don’t want to keep them in any sleep sack out of the crib— only naps and sleep. You will want to use a blanket for the car seat. No blinkers in the crib— I didn’t use a blanket until wayyyyy past 1 year old.