05 September 2009

for lobo


It always makes me smile when I read stories about mothers who finally get their newborn babies to sleep. Not for the obvious reasons... No, I smile because I think just wait until those newborns become teenagers... That "peacefulness" takes on a whole nother meaning...

P.S. Still don´t have email. So please don´t think I don´t love you. It will hopefully be back on Monday.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you

Crescent Moon said...

When my second daughter reached her teenage years, her sleep schedule became so much of a problem that it affected her ability to go to school. Then there was the night that I couldn't sleep, because she had gone out in the late afternoon without telling me where she was going and didn't come back until 11:00 O'Clock the next morning. At least with 2 a.m. feedings, I was able to sleep the rest of the night.

jgy said...

Ooh, a glimpse into the mysteries of what to look forward to in the teenager years...
Happy weekend to you!

Joyce said...

A sweet post. Did Jane did you take the photo? Nice. I have heard the same from my sisters and friends, that the day their child/ren are born the nights of sleep are gone, no matter how old they get. Have a golden weekend my friend! xoxoxo

Kathy said...

Is that not the truth!!!!

McGillicutty said...

Hi Jane ...coming at you from Reno! This is a lovely post and the picture is gorgeous!

Ida Nielsen said...

Wow, she's got the most beautiful hair!

natsumi nishizumi said...

this is lovely post. peaceful...

Have a great weekend!! oxox

Joanna Jenkins said...

Ahhhh sleep.]:-)
xo

Katy said...

My daughter is almost three and always been a shocking sleeper - my mum said when she was born - you will never sleep again - bugga - she was right!

Cris said...

oh, my mom used to say this too!!!

happy sunday jane

beijos

Kate Coveny Hood said...

What does that mean?! Wait a minute - never mind - I don't want to know...

Demara said...

I think I slept better as a baby than any other time in my life~

april said...

i'm in love with sleeping children. little and big ones. actually i'm in love with sleeping people - but i also like the moment when they wake very much. sleepy faces like morning lights. wish you a wonderful day! heard that it's hot wheater in spain*

Amber said...

Wow that is a gorgeous photo and that hair, what a beauty...so beautiful...xx

outi said...

beautiful photo:)

Cabrizette said...

It makes me smile !!! I agree with you... why do they sleep so long when they are teenagers ??? I've got 3 at home (... hum...only two now ) i know what you mean! Thanks for your sweet comments Jane. Bises

state of bliss said...

Oh... my 8 months old daugther wakes up at least 5 times a night and I just realized that I hadn't had a proper sleep since I got pregnant! And I wonder if I ever have a chance to sleep decently again ;) But honestly, I wouldn't change a thing!

Hava a happy week :)
Un bacio x
Kasia

clairette said...

Oh.... That what I was desperatly sure of....
Lovely pic!

B said...

Sometimes I wished I could sleep like a teenager, though...
PS. Thanks so much for reading and voting!
PPS. I'm planning on answering all your questions in my blog soon... if it's not too late? I was too busy during August but I think it deserves a post if I put them all together!

kim said...

her hair is so beautiful! she could be robbie and ben's sister!

A Day That is Dessert said...

oh my goodness this is such a beautiful post xoxo

Kari said...

Oh I still have a couple more years to go but I think I know what you mean!!

Love the color of her hair - it's gorgeous.

ticklishfromadistance said...

So, so sweet. I am right there with you. xoxox

MODsquad said...

Oh, that hair! To die for!

Love this post!

asphaltandair said...

a beautiful portrait.
and truthfulness in these words!

La Rimule said...

Acabo de discubrir este blog ! Muy agradable... Si no te molesta prefiero escribir en castellano... Me encantan tus fotos !

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