And has started waking up every day before 6am. He's really, really lucky he's so cute.
So sorry about the nap thing. So jealous that it lasted FOUR years. My kids, against my extreme wishes, gave theirs up around their second birthdays.Good times.Have I mentioned that A. is cute? Honestly, if I say it one more time I'd expect you to issue a restraining order against me!And those eyelashes!
I think A's cute, too, but that's Ben. And he'll be three next month.
Ooops! So sorry. Nothing more fun than a cranky 2 year old who needs a nap but won't take one.Both A. and B. are too cute!
Oh my goodness he has such beautiful eyes...what a heartbreaker he will grow up to be...Knot Mom
Why do children not realize the joy of a good afternoon nap? Do they not realize how good they have it?Carrie <-----who could use an afternoon siesta most days
And how are the parents of Mr. NoNapEarlyBird surviving this lil' transition?
Not well, Beej. Not well at all. I didn't realize how much my sanity depended on that 1.5 hours where A was at school and Ben was sleeping.
Is there a chance that naptime could be (partially) replaced by reading time or "resting" time or "pop a relatively educational DVD in so's Mom can have a breath and recharge" time?
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