Locked in my studio I toil away, 29 hours of cross hatching a day. Food is hoisted up in a basket at my window. I send correspondence by flying squirrel. But Maddy Kettle is going really well! And Henry is starting to sleep at a normal time and on his own. Anyone with kids knows this is a great accomplishment. Of course, the tide could turn tonight. We need to be vigilant.
My days start around 6 AM and I start working as soon as I pour my first coffee. Henry is up at about 8 AM and I send him off for the day by 9. Then I work until about 4, when I go get him. And I am currently battling for my evenings.