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Hush Little Baby… Celebrity Tots Sleeping On The Go (Photos)

Sleeping Beauties

Their parents might always be on the go, but even with all the energy celebrity toddlers have, when you need a nap, you simply need a nap! And no matter how hectic their Hollywood parents’ schedules are, these kids don’t seem to catch a little shut eye, even with the paparazzi watching!

Check out our photo gallery of celebrity parents — from Katie Holmes to Scott Disick to Gwen Stefani — with their sleeping beauties and tell us what you think in the comments section below.

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  • Sean Preston Spears 1 of 9
    Sean Preston Spears
    A burly minder carries a sleeping Sean Preston Spears to his mother's second concert in the Australian city of Melbourne.
  • Johan 2 of 9
    Johan
    Pop star Seal shows that family comes first as he carries his sleeping son Johan in his arms as he arrives at Radio City Music Hall for his concert.
  • Zuma Rossdale 3 of 9
    Zuma Rossdale
    Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale take their kids to Fred Segal for lunch on Saturday afternoon.
  • Suri Cruise 4 of 9
    Suri Cruise
    Katie Holmes carries daughter Suri as she leaves the Bowery Hotel.
  • Sammy Schreiber 5 of 9
    Sammy Schreiber
    Naomi Watts and partner Liev Schreiber visit a bike shop in NYC with their two children Alexander and Samuel.
  • Benjamin Brady 6 of 9
    Benjamin Brady
    Gisele Bundchen pushes a sleeping baby Benjamin Brady around in his stroller accompanied by friends in NYC.
  • Zuma Rossdale 7 of 9
    Zuma Rossdale
    Gwen Stefani and her family lunch with model Daisy Lowe in North London.
  • Mason Disick 8 of 9
    Mason Disick
    Scott Disick takes his adorable son Mason out for lunch at Corner Bakery.
  • Sammy Schreiber 9 of 9
    Sammy Schreiber
    Actress Naomi Watts and her son Sammy go for a walk in New York with her mother.

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

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