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23 Tired Toddlers Sleeping in Strange Places

By Molly Thornberg |

funny sleeping toddlersOh a sleeping toddler, how sweet it is…. Can I get an AMEN?

While I typically try to keep our toddlers on a schedule with at least 1 (typically 2) naps a day – sometimes schedules don’t allow that. Their little bodies collapse and fall asleep – regardless of where they are, similar to how I was when pregnant (I’d fall asleep wherever -yes, even once under my work desk).

Some kids fall asleep crazy style. While I personally don’t know anyone with narcolepsy – these children appear to have a case of it – falling asleep whenever, where ever. We’re talking while eating, on tvs, while playing – strange.

Check out 25 Tired Toddlers Sleeping in Strange Places after the jump!

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23 Tired Toddlers Sleeping in Strange Places


Practicing his nose dive and fell asleep.
Image source: Naps Happen

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7 thoughts on “23 Tired Toddlers Sleeping in Strange Places

  1. Corey says:

    Protip: you don’t have to reload THE ENTIRE webpage every time the client requests ONE image. It’s called JavaScript. Mobile browsing is a giant pain in the ass on this site.

    No I didn’t check the source. Just annoyed at mobile experience.

  2. Jennifer says:

    I have a picture of my daughter falling asleep with a piece of pizza in her hand and every time we tried to take it from her she would wake up long enough to move it to her mouth and fall asleep again. too cute!

  3. Marit Welker says:

    I like your toddler pictures very much but the one of the baby with his head in his hands is copyrighted and I doubt it was used with permission. You should check into that. This type of posing require extensive experience and practice. The people who take these images spend thousands each year on equipment, software, training and sales. The fact they charge for their products is often ignored and people steal their work ignoring the copyright notice plainly displayed in the lower left corner. If you do not have permission to use, this picture, please remove it.
    Thank you.

    -Photographer, Marit Welker

  4. Mandy says:

    I’m always taking pics of my kids asleep, mostly in weird positions. My hubby says i’m like a stalker. lol.x

  5. sandy says:

    lovely pictures! <3

  6. Kirstin says:

    Awww! Toddlers are such cute little ones. The girl asleep on her bread slice reminded me that my parents had a picture of me asleep on my PBJ sandwich with jam all over my face when I was 3. I wish my son would sleep at all, much less fall asleep in these adorable positions.

  7. Ashley says:

    These are so adorable :) . My daughter has fallen asleep in her Exisaucer and her high chair. I have plenty of pics of those moments.

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