So Jonner went out and got me this book that his sister recommended, called the No Cry Sleep Solution. Well, there was this one little part in the book that talked about picking up on my baby's sleepy cues (rubbing eyes, eyes glazing over, yawning) and then hurrying up and getting her to bed. Because babies have a really short sleepy window, you have to get them then; otherwise, they get their second wind which makes them insanely wakeful and cranky to boot. Of all the advice in the book, that was what made the biggest difference. I've been keeping a sleep log since THE DAY THE BOOK CAME, and she's been sleeping so much better. Her naps during the day are often 2 to 3 hours long as opposed to the measly 45 minutes or half hour they used to be. Every night for the last week, she's slept at least 4 to 5 hours in a row, and with nursing in bed, I get a pretty decent night's sleep. Interrupted, but decent. The first two days, I couldn't believe it. For naps, when the second hour hit, I'd run up to her in a panic, thinking she had suffocated or something. But no, SHE WAS SLEEPING! I felt (and still feel) like a rock star.