This is not just some funny game of peek-a-boo. The boy is actually asleep.
He did eventually tumble over.
Happy Holidays (yawn).
This was one of Cormac’s early spontaneous floor naps. I like his style. The Brian Setzeresque hair pouf. The effortless, color-coordinated blankie wrap. The minimalist pacifier. Why he chose to style his nap on the floor of my room, in front of my dresser is the missing piece of info here. However, it is clear that this kids is going places…when he wakes up.
As Tyra Banks might say, this nap is fierce.
May all of those parents out there experience a Silent Night and a restful one!
William’s dearest toy is his marble ramp. Every day, his father puts it together. Every day, his little brother gets to it and tears it apart. But, in between, he could sit for hours sending marbles down this thing. He just loves to see how stuff works. Like, you know, gravity.
Gravity is the law, apparently. It is also soothing.
Something tells me this kid is going to be first in the line for the rollercoasters…probably having a catnap all the while.
I know what you’re thinking. William is losing his edge. What’s with all this boring couch napping? Even the puppies (Quick! How many can you find?) seem over it.
I wouldn’t have chosen this picture if it weren’t for the one I found that had been taken just minute before.
For most people, just like rock beats scissors and scissors beat paper and…well…we won’t start with the whole thing about paper beating rock. When it comes to children and sleep, it’s like “Nap beats crabbiness and crabbiness defeats mom’s chocolate stash and the chocolate buzz defeats the nap.”
Well, we are game changers here at Chez Snooze.
Paper no longer smothers rock and, let me tell you folks, chocolate does not defeat nap.
I’m off to have a Red Bull. Later, folks.