10 Thoughts Your Toddler Has Between Midnight And 5AM
While adults enjoy sleeping during the twilight hours (lazy), the space between midnight and 5AM is, for advanced toddlers, a period of reflective thought and general scheming.
Here are 10 thoughts your toddler has between midnight and 5AM.
1. "Why do I, the youngest and most vulnerable person in the house, have to sleep alone when my parents sleep together? Surely, this is some kind of administrative error. I will fix it."
2. "I wonder what's in the fridge? Do we still have string cheese? I will go investigate."
3. "I wonder how much pee pee it would take to overflow my diaper transforming my bed into a marsh-like environment? There's only one way to find out."
4. "My stuffed animals seem to have fallen out of formation. I know a special lady who would love to help me organize them."
5. "I see that my infant sibling is sleeping soundly. I know how to fix that."
6. "Is the TV working right now? Let's check. As a family."
7. "You know what would be very cozy? Me sleeping in the Big Bed with one leg across mommy's face. I find it soothes her."
8. "This feels like as good a time as any to ask for a Band-Aid."
9. "I wonder how long the fall is from my crib to the floor. I will investigate."
10. "You know what I haven't done in awhile? Screamed so loud it alerted the neighbors. I miss that."