Mauryn slept through the night at 8 weeks and could sleep through her sister piano lessons or her rambunctious brother playing in the house.
She has always been a great sleeper. . . that is until about 2 1/2 months ago.
Mauryn's second tube came about in mid October. Around the same time we noticed she was waking up multiple times during the night. She would walk into our bedroom, ask to sleep in our bed, and then return to her bedroom when we told her no. This would occur anywhere from once to three times a night.
On Monday I took her to see her ENT and have her ears checked. Her ears looked great but her dr suggested a sleep study to see if her adnoids or tonsils were causing issues while she was sleeping.
On Tuesday night Mauryn and I arrived at the sleep center. I was not sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised when I saw our room was more like a hotel room than a hospital room.
It took about an hour and a half to get Mauryn hooked up to all the cords. They first took measurements and marked on her head where the cords would attach.