Thursday, November 15, 2007

How to Nap:101

Step 1: Whine.
Step 2: Refuse to nurse.
Step 3: Refuse to lay down.
Step 4: Whine more.
Step 5: Follow Mommy into the bathroom while she does laundry.
Step 6: Whine more.
Step 7: Get comfy on cozy blanket with lots of toys.
Step 8: Realize Mommy is not listening to you and is going to take a shower.
Step 9: Whine more.
Step 10: Try to pull self up on shower curtain.
Step 11: Cry, because shower curtain is too slippery.
Step 12: Find blankie in clean clothes basket.
Step 13: Clutch blankie and suck thumb.
Step 14: Make Mommy wonder why you're so quiet.
Step 15: Pass out.
Step 16: Let Mommy take a super long, hot shower and then wonder how to get you to your crib and off the hard floor.

5 comments:

Heather said...

Oh, yeah! Been there! Fuss, cry, refuse to sleep on comfortable mattress with ample pacifiers and stuffed kitty. Lay down on sunroom floor and pass out. Go figure. Kids are weird!

Colleen said...

That's hysterical!!! I can say that Zoe never did that. She's done many strange things... but not that.

Did you really move her? Or did you just leave well enough alone and let her nap there?

jayna said...

Colleen - Seeing how I'm slightly insane, I did move her. I was convinced she was going to wake up, but no, she was limp as a wet noodle. Never even stirred.

In the photo, she's lying directly in front of my washer and dryer closet door. Which I, of course, needed to get into.

And yeah, Heather, kids are very weird.

Stacy said...

What a little cutie! Yes, sometimes you just leave them there so you can get a little bit of piece. A long shower with a little one is just a slice of heaven, isn't it? :)

Burgh Baby's Mom said...

That is way too funny! I wish Alexis would fall asleep when I was in the shower. Or even just stay asleep. Or just go find something to do besides holding the shower curtain open and watching me. Whatever.