Sleeping Through Means Games

You might think the challenges of having a baby are greatest in those first few weeks, and that after you’ve figured out how to keep a small person alive, you’ll be able to go straight back to your previous routines.  Nope.  Do you hear that crazed laughter?  Yeah, that was me.

New challenges continually present themselves.  Keeping baby entertained, or calming him when he gets mad.. such as when his hardest efforts to crawl only result in him moving backwards across the carpet.   Keeping baby contained.. not only out of danger, but out of the cat food too!

I thought I would be back to the whole gaming and blogging thing fairly quickly.  I wasn’t prepared for how much of my world my little guy would take up, and continue to take up (though I wouldn’t have it any other way <3 ).  There’s also something about spending too much time on Facebook and Reddit.. easy to drop in and out of, especially towards the end of the day, but after a while the diminishing returns leave me even more drained.

However, there are two magical phrases that have relevance here: “getting in a routine” and “sleeping through”.

We’ve achieved the first in terms of bedtime, freeing up some time in the evenings, and had partial success with the second, which means I have a bit more energy and enthusiasm to do something instead of waiting till a socially acceptable time to go to bed!  Sleeping through means games 🙂

In the last week I’ve completed Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, run through some Adventure mode and Rifts with friends, and re-subbed to WoW ahead of the latest patch.  Oh, and started writing again.. we’ll see if I can keep it up, shall we?

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