Sleep is your superpower | Matt Walker

Sleep is not overrated, mommas and pappas! Take a break, ask for help, and sleep. New moms with one child, please sleep when your baby sleeps. Everything can wait. Mommas with multiple kids, please prioritize sleep/rest. If you find it difficult to sleep at night despite doing all that is recommended by the scientist/expert in this video, just talk to God about difficulty sleeping. He knows anyways. Remember Psalm 127:2 “In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat– for he grants sleep to those he loves.” Enjoy this ever timely post by fellow blogger Schulter


  1. It was so hard sleeping when I had my second child. Taking naps even during the day was hard. Sleep is very important, but it can be hard for new moms if they don’t get someone to help them. Even though I had my mom and my husband, my baby was always clinged to me because she wanted to be breastfed almost every time. My breast became her pacifier. Thank God I’m free nowπŸ˜…πŸ˜….

    1. Sleep deprivation is common in motherhood. Thank God you are free!🀭🀭 Although I don’t mind breastfeeding the little one, I am looking forward to that freedom. Boobie redemption!πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

  2. I was so sleep deprived after my firstborn I hallucinated! One of my favorite pastors, Dr. Joel Hunter, once said, “Sometimes the most spiritual thing you can do is take a nap.”