The unlikely pair have escaped outside.
The other one is in her bed, reading.
The ‘baby’ is asleep on the couch, one leg sticking out from under the blanket.
I know I should wake him.
I can feel bed time getting harder and harder the longer I listen to his sleeping breath.
But the silence… oh the silence.
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Vanessa Smolders says
oh yeah…today my oldest was at kindy and my 2yo fell asleep on the couch… I traded 2 hours of silent bliss for what ever the hell I’m in for tonight!
I find waking my little one is hard, he doesn’t take kindly to it at all. If given a choice, I’d rather enjoy the peace now and deal with the night when it comes.
Silence is so blissful.
I hope bedtime wasn’t too hard
Rachelle | TinkerLab says
Oh, the silence is golden. I wouldn’t disturb that either. I’m getting a spell of it right now, and ahhhhhhhhh
Oh, i can so relate to that feeling…sometimes when it is a great nap day i leave the toddler twosome….knowing i should wake them as night sleep will be robbed….but so hard as the silence is oh so lovely….