Happy to say that Evy's been sleeping through the night again. Its been nice to get a full nights sleep repeatedly. We're still keeping her in the co-sleeper in our room though, I find she's been sleeping better (or maybe I just sleep better :P) and not waking up all snarf-aly.
This week also started a new bedtime routine. Bath every other night, and in bed by at least 8:30pm every night. All of the parenting websites I follow are explaining to me how important it is not to nurse her to sleep - so we've been working on that. It breaks my heart to have to put her down when she clearly wants to snuggle to sleep with me - but I don't want to make the transition harder for her in the future. She only fusses for a minute or so, as I don't put her down until she's pretty drowsy, so at least I don't have to hear her heart broken cry for too long.
She's over her pacifier - and I'm a little sad. I really enjoyed watching her be comforted by it. Oh well, probably for the best that she didn't become dependent on it. Who knows, maybe she'll start to enjoy it again once she starts to teethe.
Speaking of teething, we're wondering if she might be starting early. My baby book says that baby can "teethe" for up to 3 months before any teeth are noticeable, and she is 3 months old so I can see it being possible. She's in love with her fist right now, and she's drooling like a leaky facet - but reading in my baby book about symptoms and its obvious that the signs are so broad its hard to tell unless we can feel the hard nubs forming - which we cant. We're going to pick her up some teething items tonight and see if they'll help.
My milk production is also doing very well! I really don't worry about it at all anymore, and slowly but surely my frozen supply is growing which will help when I menstruate again. I pump approximately 12 oz a day even though Evy only needs 8 oz on average - so building is taking a bit of time.
All in, everything is going really well right now :)