Friday, November 13, 2009

All In The Family


I often go in to find Lainey from nap with friends lined up, backs against the crib.

Is this normal? What do your kids do?

She's very organized and chooses only a few select (lucky!) ones who get to exit crib life. Shall I be concerned?

8 comments:

Donatelli98 said...

Our house is similar - Bia places Pluto, Monkey and Puppy on her second pillow with their own blankie. Sometimes Mouse and Dumbo are allowed to join, but only on special occasions. It is a select group of invited lovies!

Jodee Leader said...

That is sooo funny! Cute picture!

Miss Emily Anne said...

I left you a little something on my blog. Enjoy!

The Rand's said...

You should see how much stuff Gracie tries to sleep with. She has 4 blankies that are a must and then she wants a baby doll(different babies make the cut on different days) and sometimes a Webkinz or two. How she can sleep with all of that stuff around her is beyond me!!

mamaclay said...

Sam doesn't necessarily do this but I did when I was little. They all had assigned seats in my bed and if I strayed from it, I remember worrying whether or not it hurt their feelings. Huh...30 years later I haven't changed much.

Tiffany said...

That's so cute...my daughter sleeps with her books. Whatever book we read at nap/night time is the book she sleeps with. In the morning we open the door and find her sitting in her bed reading. It's too cute!

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Coco said...

Tessie Mayes is totally the octomom. She usually has every single baby, undressed, layed out in a line. Then covers them with every baby blanket in the house.
One by one.

Then uncovers them, one by one. And moves all her babies to another location and starts all over again.

Weird.

I think I might have to bring some of our babies to KC, just to keep the fighting over babies to a minimum. Cause you know it is going to happen.

Tammy said...

That is so cute. My daughter is 7 and she still has things all lined up and sleeps with a bed full of dolls and stuffed animals.