Wordless Wednesday: Sleep

Written by NPN_Admin on October 19th, 2011

Edited by Rebekah

Cosleeping, Nighttime Parenting, Safe Sleep, Wordless Wednesday
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This week we asked: What does sleep look like?

(Read more about sleep in this week’s articles on the theme.)

From Christa: Ella’s (born at 29 weeks) First Night Home.

Christa blogs at The Good Letdown.

From Andrea: Ever since birth, she’s always looked most peaceful in daddy’s arms.

Shannon says, “My daughter has never been the type to self soothe and she’s always fought sleeping, but one day recently she was very annoyed at me and went into her room to calm down. When I went to check on her, this is how I found her. I guess she really needed the nap.”

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes

Valerie says, “The first picture I have of all three co-sleeping. (Unfortunately, they all had the flu and that’s why they’re all zonked out and snuggled together.)”

Valerie blogs at Momma In Progress

From Cynthia: Cats make great pillows…

…and so do little brothers.

Cynthia blogs at The Hippie Housewife

From Lindsey: Sleeping skin to skin on a hot day. Pure bliss.

Lindsey blogs at An Unschooling Adventure

Jenn says, “I was blessed with a great sleeper, but he’s also quite the blanket-hog.”

Jenn blogs at Monkey Butt Junction

Dionna says, “I’ve woken up snuggled next to this face for almost four years, and it still makes me smile every morning.”

Dionna blogs at Code Name: Mama

May all your dreams be as colorful as the world around you.

Lani blogs at BoobieTime

From Lauren: Big yawn from Baby Alrik.

Even a king-size mattress has started to feel a little cramped now that there are four in the bed. In this picture, Mama has left to take the picture, and Dad has rolled onto the floor!

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Momma Jorje is a sucker for a baby that will sleep on her shoulder (even if they do get heavier)!

From Christine: Jesse believes that we should ‘sleep when we’re dead!’ Always fighting sleep, but doesn’t he just look like an angel once asleep.

Jesse’s mom, Christine, blogs at African Babies Don’t Cry

Kristin says, “These are my 3.5 year old twins, asleep in my lap in the ‘double football hold’ after nursing down for nap (one of my favorite times of the day). Works like a charm even now — though I always plop them into their beds after this!”

Kristin blogs at Intrepid Murmurings

Tell us: What does sleep look like in your family? Do you have a Wordless Wednesday post? Please link up below! And find more Wordless Wednesday linkies here.

10 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Sleep

  1. Lauren  

    Oh, my goodness, the cute! Picture after picture of sleeping adorableness.

    I love that the twins nurse down on your lap, Kristin. How sweet!

  2. SavingwithSaveOne  

    Wow these photos are awesome! Thanks for sharing. My sleeping photo would be of my sleeping sitting up lol. Thanks for the linky :)

  3. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    I’m so bummed that I forgot to submit my picture for this!

    I love all these peaceful faces :-)

  4. Gaby@Tmuffin  

    Charise – I totally thought Lindsey’s sleeping baby in the middle was yours!

    I didn’t submit one because my kids don’t sleep!

    There is nothing better, cuter, cozier, and snugglier than seeing all these pictures of sleeping kids. <3 <3 <3.

  5. Jenn @ Monkey Butt Junction  

    I love all of the sleeping babies. Even after the toughest, most challenging days, all of our babes put on their angel faces when they go to sleep.

  6. Melissa

    These are all so precious. Just a heads up- a few of the blog links aren’t working today.

  7. Momma Jorje

    They definitely look their most adorable and INNOCENT when they’re asleep. :) So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Joyce  

    Kids are so good when they are sleeping.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

  9. Heather Swartz

    I love all the wonderful pictures. :) I know my son is absolutely adorable. I especially liked the one where little brother is being used as a pillow.

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