My youngest son is adorable, irascible, playful, dramatic, and all around what many would call a “handful’. LOL. He is my little angel and there are many things that I could say about him. I am so proud to be his momma at the same time that I sometimes find myself wanting to pull my hair at over his antics. I swear if 2 years old was old enough to take him to shrink I think they would diagnose him as being bipolar with the way his mood swings. (Course his momma and his daddy are not quite right either so he comes by it honest at least!)
But I am getting off topic here. What I wanted to talk about in this instance was my son’s uncanny ability to quite literally drop anywhere he may be, standing, sitting, laying down, it doesn’t really matter. Just today I caught him in this pose:
That is my brand new used recliner there that he fell asleep in. And yes, he is on his knees… sleeping! LOL
And there are many more interesting sleeping positions in his past as well…
That would be the couch there he passed out on… And the elbow in the right hand corner is Grandpa’s!
And that is my bed… Go figure!
My bedroom floor this time… Like father like soon! (Please ignore the dirty clothes behind him… LOL)
Of course he had to try out Grandpa’s recliner as well!
I think every child has fallen asleep in their car seat at least once… But perhaps not with Logan’s sense of style!
Yes… I know… That is my adorable little boy, curled up behind his grandfather’s recliner, sleeping on his snuggie…
Thank you for bearing with me through this long photo op. I truly do have adorable children (I promise I will blog about my other two children at some point) but I have to admit that they are certainly strange.
BTW, I know I promised a blog on Halloween, about Halloween, but things were so crazy around here that I never got a chance. I will try to compose myself enough to write a blog later about Halloween but for now I just had to write this blog after today’s adorable display. I hope you have enjoyed my little man’s antics. For now I am going to say, “Good Night!”