It's been a very busy week for the little man, so here he catches up on his beauty sleep. Not that he needs much, mind you (yup, there goes that bias of mine, again.)
Your turn: I'm amazed at how he can fall asleep just about anywhere. I wish I had that ability. Do you? Where's the most oddball place you have fallen asleep?
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Oh how sweet!! What a cutie!
I am one of those people that cannot even sleep in my bed.
I once fell asleep at the gate at the Anaheim airport while waiting for a flight; I'd been up until 3:30, my flight left at 7:00, and the 1.5 hours of sleep I got was not nearly enough.
So after getting to the gate, I wadded up my jacket, put it onto the top of my rolly suitcase, placed my head onto it and promptly fell asleep. Fortunately, the coworker I was with was merciful and didn't snap any pictures or take a Sharpie to my face.
Not really an oddball place, I suppose - but the closest story I have to a "fall asleep anywhere" example.
Your little boy is a doll!
I once fell asleep at a brodway show, which was funny as I love broadway!
When I worked night shift, I fell asleep everywhere. But the most annoying place was the movies. I'd also sleep at family gatherings, sitting up in the chair. I once napped in a dentist chair while waiting for my mouth to completely numb...
CFB Aldershot, I once fell asleep waiting my turn on the grenade range. Not kidding, they ran us ragged so any sleep was good sleep.
When I was being induced to have my son, I was propped up in a reclining chair, with a monitor strapped around my belly, and according to the monitor, strong contractions ripping through my body, and I fell asleep. Deeply. The nurse was astounded.
I can fall asleep through anything.
I can fall asleep so quickly I've been accused of having narcolepsy (I don't). I fell asleep at a piano while I was supposed to be practicing once, in college.
If you keep posting pictures of Noah, I'm goign to start thinking about trying for a boy. He's adorable.
As I think I told you before, I love the name Noah.
lol, wait a couple of years, my husband just has to sit down and he falls asleeps
i fell asleep once during a movie (at a theatre). it was the negotiator, near the end, lots of action going on, loud, and yet, i fell asleep and missed the ending!
(you're little guy is adorable)
Put me on a plane, train, or passenger in an automobile and I am asleep. Put me in my bed, and I'll clockwatch. All night.
I fell asleep at my desk, once. I was to attend a funeral later that day, and hadn't slept well for days, due to the grief. While looking at my computer screen, I rested my chin on my hand (elbow on the desk). I woke up a few minutes later, when my elbow slipped off my desk and onto the keyboard tray. I could hear my co-workers in a nearby office, wondering what that loud sound had been?
If only I could fall asleep that easily, right now.
I can't fall asleep anywhere but in my bed!
Just the other day I was remembering how great it was to sleep on a towel beside an outdoor pool as a 10-year-old. Tired, exercised muscles. Drifting in and out of consciousness. The smell of baby oil or coconut, wet towel, cut grass.
My funniest sleep story, although not at the time, is when I was baby sitting my 7 year old brother when I was a teen. He went outside to play with the neighborhood kids while I was making supper. When it was ready I went to get him and none of the kids knew where he had gone. We searched high and low for over an hour as the light was fading and my panic increased.
Finally, I went inside to call my Mother. I went into his bedroom and had a good long cry first. After I quieted down I heard his breathing. He was asleep under his bed.
They are always so precious when they are sleeping!
I fell asleep in a plane on a runway in New York, and didn't wake up until we landed on the runway in Paris.
I can sleep anywhere! Just never for very long...
I can sleep anywhere. I love that about myself!
Thankfully I haven't fallen asleep anywhere too embarrassing yet. Although on the train is always quite awkward, especially when you wake up with your head on a stranger's shoulder!
Oh yes, Ms Mac, I've done that too. Also fallen asleep between courses at dinner - in a restaurant. And sitting upright on a chair at my own birthday party (there is photographic evidence of this one). My excuse? I'm a morning person!
He's cute!! I don't just fall asleep and have a hard time sleeping when I should - at night. I can sleep (nap) during the day tho....
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