This morning, after Daf Yomi, my friend turned to me and said: “Some week, huh?”
I said: “It seems that every week is some week.”
On that downer, let’s try and alter the mood with some photos and stories.
Robert J. Avrech: Emmy Award winning screenwriter. Movie fanatic. Helplessly and hopelessly in love with my wife since age nine.
As Livia was sleeping, I sat and watched over her for about 20 minutes. Every once in a while she twitched or shuddered. Livia clenched and unclenched her fist. Her eyelids fluttered open and I saw her eyes sliding around as if unbalanced. She squeaked like a mouse, threw out her arms as if plummeting from a great height, and then fell back into a deep slumber.
What is going on when an infant sleeps?
Was Livia dreaming?
I did some quick research (AKA Googled the subject), and came up with this article, which seems, to this layman, to make the most sense.
With joy and gratitude to HaShem Karen and I announce the birth of Livia Yarden (Eng. Jordan) to Offspring #2. Livia was born Friday December 26, 2014, 6:21 PM, 6lbs. 3 oz.