Little girl monkey didn't get to bed until 9 last night and then woke up, extremely fussy, about 2 hours later. We'd take her to rest in our bed and then put her back in hers, which would last about 20 minutes. Rinse and repeat until 3:30 this morning and you get two fairly miserable parents. So when she woke at 8 this morning (still fussy by the way), we tried to carry on as if it were a normal day. About 10, I think little girl and I had both had enough so I put her down for a nap only to have to wake her an hour later for her speech therapist appointment. We got through that and I was not looking forward to the rest of this afternoon, but...we turned on the TV and Yo Gabba Gabba was on. She's now singing (Jumpy Jump Jump), and dancing, and in a remarkably good mood at the moment. I, on the other hand, am struggling to stay awake. If she's singing though then I can consider this good for her speech, right? It's certainly good for Momma's mental well being. I think the TV may be staying on quite a bit longer.