I'm thinking Emma's ready for her bedroom NOW! LOL I didn't sleep a wink! Actually, I did... on the couch. My neck is really stiff to show for it too! I think that the compressor running outside our bedroom masked a lot of the little noises that Emma makes during the night. Like sucking. Her ENTIRE hand. Constantly. Slurping. Chewing. Ewwww... LOL! And kicking. Constantly. The headboard. The mattress. The cribrails. It's LOUD. I had to go sleep on the couch to get TO sleep, then I woke around 3 and went to bed, fell asleep to wake up 20 min later to her SLURPING. Got her a bottle. No go. Put it away. (of course this isn't a 20 second thing, it means heating the bottle, getting a bib, giving it to her, waiting to find out she's not going to drink it, cleaning up her messy face- even tho none went in- and putting the bottle back in the fridge.) So I laid back down and woke up an hour later.
Micah was crying, got him a bottle, it was 5:30 so I gave it to him in his crib. He went back to sleep. I went back to bed... Emma was sitting up. Laughing. LOUDLY. You know the developmental level when kids learn a new trick and want to do it constantly to where it disrupts every other piece of their normal routine for a few weeks? We're THERE. She sat in bed and laughed for 20 minutes. I closed the bedroom door. I laid down on the couch. At 6:59 I wasn't asleep anyway and went in and turned off my alarm set for 7:00. Mike had relocated to the family room couch when Micah got up- kind enough to sit on that side of the house for "a few minutes" to get Micah calmed down when he finished his bottle. No calming, no need, and Mike was asleep anyway.
So... I'm thinking that Emma's just fine without the O2. Hey, she pulled it off half the night anyway before! And tonight might very well be her first night back in her OWN BED in the room she and Brianna share :)