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Wild Sleeper Part 1: Naptime?

If you have read any of this blog, you know that Henry almost never stops moving. The kid might be physically incapable of stillness actually.

Sleeping is no exception for Henry. He is just as wild as ever, and Morgan and I get a total kick out of all the   movement we see on the camera in his room.

Seriously. Here is one day while he was settling down for a nap. This day he was having a harder time falling asleep, but eventually got there. The last picture, he fell asleep in the one tiny sliver of the crib that is outside of the camera's view. These pictures were taken over about a half hour...

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I just can't get enough of this. What a crazy boy.

Stay tuned for Wild Sleeper Part 2: Overnight!

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I love this!! This is exactly what my son does. I wish I had a video monitor to catch it like this gif
Unknown said…
My daughter does the same thing! Except, we co-sleep so she does it in the middle of our bed. Whew, it makes me tired just thinking of it, and watching Henry! So cute. :)
Sarah said…
Love the video! So cute!
kjw said…
Are you sure you didn't steal my kid? Andrew does the exact same thing - including falling asleep in the one section of the crib that we can't see on camera.

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