Sleep Regression (Noun) Several points in an infant's early development, usually around 4, 8, and 18 months of age, in which the child develops sleeping difficulties, wakes frequently and sleeps fitfully, often in erratic spurts.
A lot of folks have seen the pictures of "Grey's Anatomy's" Justin Chambers (obtained by Star Magazine
) and thought: Here's a guy dangerously close to rehab. People see the photos and just assume he's completely shitfaced.
But here's the thing: He is a father of five. That means, collectively, he's gone through at least 15 months dealing with his children's sleep regression. Do you know what happens when your baby can't sleep? You
can't sleep. And when you have five kids at home, sometimes a bar is the quietest place around.
Believe me, right about now I'd kill for a nice bar with Dire Straits blaring on the jukebox. I'd sleep for days. And no stalkerazzi douchebag with a flash could stir me from my slumber.
(As for the picture with the strange woman -- you're on your own, Justin.)