Friday, March 8, 2013


A lot of times, when I have to go get Ellie from her nap, I find myself stopping to take a picture before waking her up, because she's definitely not in the same place I left her.

Like this.

Or this. A prime example of why we employ the bed rail.

It's funny to see her crammed into the corner or against the wall, because this is the kid who got moved out of her crib at 8 months old because if she bumped the railings, she'd wake up crying and be unable to get back to sleep.

And this is a prime example of why Tim and I don't cosleep with our human children. Sure, you may think it's just some before bed reading, but that's where Lulu has been sleeping for weeks now. When she's not awake and trying to eat my hair.

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