Thursday, April 23, 2009


The kid is sound asleep, and looks so beautiful in his stripey pajamas that you'd never believe he could [insert mild-moderate episode of poor behaviour here].

Yesterday he decided he wanted to sleep with his head facing the other way for a change. Not in a Pippi Longstocking, head-under-the-blankets kind of way. I just made the bed facing in the other direction. Funnily enough, no bad dreams, no snoring and no trouble getting to sleep.

Maybe it's time to rearrange some furniture.


Ampersand Duck said...

Is his head now pointing in a [insert good compass point that I can't remember but apparently you leep better if you point that way] way? Apparently it helps :)

That's the thing about kids. When they're asleep, or sick, you can forgive them anything.

Ampersand Duck said...

You also SLEEP better pointing that way. LEEPing is the reassertion of innocence after a particularly naughty day.

Penthe said...

He's quite good a leeping, then. Direction-free leeping.

I think the direction he has been facing recently is south-south west.

I either need Alfred Hitchcock or a Feng Shui expert.

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