…because it had to have taken some childlike flexibility to somehow toss his puppy up on top of the pillow after covering himself with all that other stuff. I tell you, it’s a positive inspiration to all of us who have once again dedicated ourselves to our previously neglected fitness goals in the coming year.
Black puppy isn’t looking so chipper, though. Upward dog doesn’t appear to agree with him.
I think I’m going to go do some stretching now. Happy 2011! Looking forward to napping flexibility – both in form and in location.
Frankly, there isn’t a picture in my collection that doesn’t invite some kind of reckless party joke, so I’ll just throw a random one up here.
What’s nice to know about this picture is that Cormac crashed out in front of the door to the garage on our semi-chilly basement floor. It doesn’t seem to bother him, does it?
That’s the doormat near his head. Love the detail of the star on his foot. Our little napping star!
Unlike most people, I don’t have anything against a good New Year’s resolution, but I’ll be darned if I’m going to resolve to get these boys into bed more often. Where’s the fun in that, right?
Happy New Year to all. May 2011 be delightfully sleepy!
With all the chocolate and the activity, the crash was bound to come sooner or later. Fortunately, Cormac had the forethought to snuggle up with his new dancing Mickey and, yes, to make sure he also had a pacifier.
In case you’re wondering what it is, it’s a wooden top. Very creative, I say!
Looking all cherubic like this, you’d almost think Cormac was on Santa’s “Nice” list instead of where he more likely resides — first place on the 2011 “Naughty” list. You should see him when he’s awake! But, of course, you won’t. Ever.
Yawn. So much for yesterday’s yule.
From our home to yours…
…and to big and little nappers, alike. May you sleep in heavenly peace.