Transcript for Is Sara sleeping on the job?
You know, something else I want to talk about. You have a baby. Right? Me or just people? People. You, too. You, too. As babies, they lead to difficult nights of sleep. Like, sleep deprivation is real. Yeah. I was reading a study published in the journal “Sleep” covered by “The guardian.” It has interesting facts. And if you have a kid, you know. Because when you need them to sleep, they don’t. When you want them to wake up, they sleep. Sleep quality is at its worst when the baby is 3 months old. And that mothers typically lose 40 minutes of sleep per night. At least. After the baby arrives. You wonder how much the fathers lose? 13 minutes. We lose something. 13. Don’t act like we don’t wake up and go, baby, go get the baby. 13 minutes. But what’s surprising is that the sleep deprivation doesn’t go away for six years after the first child is born. That’s crazy. Six years. And this story, it really resonated with me with the 3-year-old and the 1-year-old and you being pregnant now. I know you’re exhausted all the time. Strangely, I haven’t had fatigue issues. Well, you know — I love you, Sara. I love you. You know I love you. And I got something for you to check it out. Where did the competitive spirit come from? I think it goes back to the epiphany when I was 13. Only on Earth for a moment. You try your best. It’s slashed in half, just $12.50. All right. Okay. Let’s get over here. Thank you. Okay, so — What are we making today? Today, a key lime pie. The first thing to keep in mind is — is Sara okay? We’re going to be right back with more Carla hall. The segment just started. Now, do you see what I’m talking about? See what I’m talking about people? See what I’m talking about. You know what, I hate to wake her when she’s sleeping. Because she’s so cute. Especially when she’s being unprofessionally asleep on national TV.
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