All Blog Posts Tagged 'naps' (4)

Shhh! Mommy needs a nap

After a certain point, I just got used to my current level of exhaustion. When my son was born, night feedings were just part of life, and sleeping through the night meant five hours of continuous sleep (and oh, was it wonderful). As my son has gotten older, I am still woken up by his sweet voice asking me questions in the middle of the night. (…

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Added by Lauren Markman on January 29, 2014 at 6:48am — No Comments

A Whole Lotta Gardening

Life has been full lately.



A beautiful, tasty, diverse kind of full.



But, so full that some afternoons all I want to do is nap. Curl up on top of my clean bed, babe in arms, and drift off. Not for a long while, just a half hour.



Alas, Reality Check:

Babe is hardly a babe anymore. He's 1 already. Wah!

Babe only takes one short nap a day. One very short nap.

And, twenty minute nap usually occurs before the afternoon lethargy hits.…

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Added by Jeanine Ertl on April 13, 2011 at 4:29pm — No Comments

Don't Squander Nap Time

So, it’s nap time (cue the confetti!). Your baby has just drifted off into dreamland, and you have an indefinite period of free time on your hands, but what should you do? Should you take a nap too, hop in the shower, grab a quick lunch? What about the laundry that needs to be folded, the dishes that are begging to be done, or the bills you need to sort through? Sometimes it can be hard to decide how to spend that precious nap time, especially if you

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Added by Crissy on April 7, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments

He naps or not to nap that is the ?

So its almost midnight here at home and my 4 year old is still awake. If he doesn't nap he has such meltdowns and then if he does we stay up late! I'm listening to his child stories of frogs, then he talks about playhouse disney, he just switched to another chair, its like he has ants in his pants.



What should I do about the naps?



Then to top it off he is the early riser in the family. Regardless of the time he falls asleep he is the one to wake everyone else up. Man this… Continue

Added by purpleorchid22 on September 10, 2009 at 12:54am — 1 Comment

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