Saturday, January 14, 2006
Our two-year old son is getting to an age (or stage; or state of mind) where sleep, in his opinion, is more and more optional. He wants to party party party, play play play, all all night and all all day. (I'm thinking of just dispensing with all the intermediate education and sending him straight to college. Or the third year of law school.) Thank goodness for Julie Aigner-Clark, creator of Baby Einstein, who had the foresight to life-savingly include among the bonus features on the Baby McDonald DVD a sequence where the sun sets and the barn animal puppets can stave off sleep no longer. No matter how much we read, have a bath, warm milk, lullabies, and soft music, these days it's inevitably (and only) the snoring rooster who has the Sandman on speed dial.
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