Our first few nights in Pueblo included a lot more crying than usual - the kids were a little unsettled being in a new place. Everyone has settled in since then and I think we may even have passed the hump of Caroline waking up pre- 6 a.m. every day (she used to sleep until 7 or later in Denver, Pueblo is apparantly worth getting up for!), so that could be sweeeeeet. It was also be sweeeet if I did not just cruse myself by writing she's back to sleeping in.Anyway, we've been doing whatever we need to to get a few Z's so I took a few snaps (how ELSE can I remember that we ever slept? Heaven forbid).
But I know you're not SERIOUSLY interested in how my kids sleep, so I'll quit typing and post 'em.
Boys were scared during a thunderstorm and wanted to sleep together - so snuggly.
Kari's lending me this ginormous pregnancy pillow, and it has saved my unconscious night life, but lately I'm only able to sleep snuggled with the right 1/2 of the pillow because Joe steals and snuggles the other 1/2 - teeheehee! Kids love to play on it (it's like a GIANT Boppy), and Eli agreed with me that it IS pretty dang awesome to sleep on. Naps have reached a new level of relaxation!