Where to start.. Annabella has been BF since day one, we've had great luck with it! I knew that the first month or two could be "legally spuratic" as far as when she eats.. does this still hold truth at 3 months?? I read here and there about babies being on feeding schedules.. I'm going to start to write down when she is eating again, as I was able to stop logging a month ago or so when things seemed "regular".. I know she is getting enough, her weight gain seems great and she pees and poops well during the day, but she eats off and on during the day sometimes every half an hour.. sometimes every hour and a half.. and her sleeping! Oh my.. well that's something else.. we co-sleep and I love it and won't give that up.. but how am I supposed to have her down for naps, or get her to sleep at night without having to go to bed myself? Should she be going to sleep at the same time every night? And I enjoy sleeping with her, I like to be near her.. Our place is small, and the bedroom is kind of the living room.. her changing table is in the other room and the kitchen is seperate but that's it, so we have to turn off the tv I think if she's going to try and go to sleep for the night because it seems like it may bother her.. I just feel like a month ago and earlier she was ok to go to sleep no matter what was happening, but now she seems to be more alert and tougher to get to go to sleep.. I bought the "no-cry sleep" book by Elizabeth Pantley and am TRYING to read it, lol, but she wants me to hold her all day.. which I LOVE but never get anything done, because she isn't even napping really, she naps like 20 minutes here and there and that's it, but I know she needs more than that, I can tell because she's cranky and rubbing her eyes.. ANY suggestions??? I would appreciate hearing some success stories or guidance, anything! Not to mention she is teething and that bothers her sometimes.. I need to get more sleep for my sanity.. she used to sleep 5-6 hours from day ONE but now that seems to be tapering.. I LOVE my little bundle and I feel guilty asking for help.. but it's for her best to get more sleep during the day and night! Thanks mamas!