This was not the point where she found something (crib slat? the wall in combination with the cat-foiling mosquito net?) to run her fingernails across that was absolutely the nails on a chalkboard sound. That, she did in her sleep and I had to move her, waking her up, for the good of humanity.
So, awake-ish baby, soon to be a baby who needs help getting back to sleep, and I find myself thinking I don't want to get up because it's too cold outside the blankets.
This is honestly how the thought process went:
What I need is some sort of pajama-like, blanket-like thing that I could easily take on and off when I get in and out of bed. Not pants or a nightgown. Like a Slanket, but that I could still wear while nursing and that wouldn't drag on the ground.
(As I'm helping the baby back to sleep, I then form a mental picture of what that would be and realize it seems very familiar as there are at least three of them hanging in plain sight on the bedroom door.)
My new plan involves bringing a robe into bed, under the covers, to keep it warm for when I have to get out if bed at night. I suspect this will make me much less impatient overnight.
(We have heat. It's on. I do understand that most of my friends and family are enduring truly cold nights while having actual winter. That doesn't mean it's not hard to get out from under the covers in the middle of the night.)