Nap time. Let's talk about it, Moms. It's pretty great, isn't it? (Hopefully) your little one goes down for a few hours each day and you can get some stuff done during that time -- be it errands around the house, making your way through the DVR, or simply enjoying a brief moment of peace and quiet.
But nap time, like every aspect of parenting, doesn't come without a bevy of emotions. Here are the 11 emotions every mom experiences at nap time.
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When it's T-minus a half hour to nap time, you start getting antsy:
Then, when it's t-minus five minutes, you just get giddy:
But when you're putting your little one to bed, and you look at them all snug in your arms, you're like:
But then when you shut their door and realize you have the place to yourself, you're like:
You check your favorite websites:
Maybe clean the floor:
And then you go online again:
But then you start getting bored:
Then you realize how long your kid's been sleeping and you start to get worried:
And then your little one gets up and you're like, "Yay! I missed you!"
And, then, in a couple of hours, you're like, "Is it bed time yet?"
What do you feel during nap time?
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