After getting up six times overnight (three with each), our lovely children decided that 5:30 was a good time to wake up.
The little guy asked me what the birds were saying outside. I told him that they were telling him to go back to sleep. He didn’t buy it.
So, we are snuggled in mommy’s bed, watching a “show”, and listening to the song birds, roosters, blue herons, and trains of the early morning.
Baby girl went back to sleep after eating.
Where’s my coffee?!
5 thoughts on “yawn”
Sorry Steph, I wish they had slept better for you last night!
I’ve written a few verses about the unwanted bird wake up calls that go on and on and on and on . . . Perhaps a totally sound proof house is the only solution. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
surely one of the memorable mornings of motherhood… I’d like to think they napped for three hours at the same time, but I know better! Unfortunately, my “sleep lots” genes did not get passed to my children or grandchildren as infants… should I tell you that if you wait until they are teenagers, they sleep 12 hours and more… during the day of course! You have my empathy… Nana
That is why God makes them cute. It is a survival feature 🙂 Enough said!!
So true, Tracy!!!!