Given that, I've been trying to get in as much time together as possible, since I'm not going to have constant access to Audra cuddles every day after this week. So I've just been having her take her long morning nap on me, which means hours of her sleeping on me while I catch up on the internet :) I think she's been needing a bit more comfort for whatever reason this week too, since - once we got past some nursing issues - she's been comfort nursing much more than usual (through most of her naps this week), so hopefully this is helping meet a need of hers too.
This week was a bit of a rough one from a nursing perspective. Audra was very fussy about nursing for at least the first part of the week, to the point that she was starting to refuse feedings. Now, I probably offer to nurse more often than she actually needs, but it was still disconcerting that she was fussing and upset enough that she wouldn't eat. She even cried through most of yoga and refused to nurse, so due to that and her wailing the whole way home again, I'm most likely going to skip yoga this week, which would have been our last time anyway. It just doesn't seem worth it to put her (or me) through that :(
Sleepwise, she's been napping for a decent amount of time overall, although still primarily on one of us or in the carrier. She also gave us her longest stretch of night-time sleep yet - 8 hours! She's of course still a baby, though, so inconsistency is the name of the game :) For example, two nights before the "8-hour stretch" night, she didn't fall asleep nursing, wouldn't be consoled by anything Ryan tried, and then after half an hour of that, she was hysterical and yet then fell asleep right away while nursing. She does make us work for it sometimes, but all in all, she could do much, much worse.
[The calm before the storm - back from the pediatrician, but before the screaming started]