Allie is doing much better now. And after a sick week of co-sleeping with Anna and Em, I assumed that any progress made with the girls sleeping in their own beds by themselves was gone. I couldn't have been more wrong. I had four nights last week of uninterrupted sleep. It was amazing. Almost like when babies start sleeping for longer periods of time.
Our morning routine has remained fairly consistent for awhile now. We do, on occasion, end up with one of the girls (sometimes two) still asleep in our bed while we are getting ready for work. Emily likes to come into our room when Rich gets up (or sometimes a bit earlier) and she usually falls back asleep and stays asleep. Once Anna is awake, she's awake and up for the day. Allie is half and half.
Whenever we have a morning of tip-toeing around to allow a sleeping child to sleep, I always say to Rich, "I feel like I'm working at Club Med for Kids. It must be nice to sleep in a quiet-on-purpose environment and then wake up to have someone make breakfast for you."