Aimee says her son Elliot fell asleep under this crush of cushions while waiting for
Godot Mom to get off the computer and come help him put together his train set.
Pile 'o Pillows
Except for the book sticking into his shoulder, it looks sort of comfortable and snug, really. But maybe I’m just teetering on the brink of madness after yet another day trapped in the house with my own nappers.
Sit tight, blizzard and ice-weary friends! Cross your fingers for that groundhog.
Mondays are tough.
I have often had the desire to nod off at my computer, but at least I wait until I get to work. Apparently, just watching his father code is exhausting enough. No personal exertion was required. I feel the same way, buddy.
I remember those nights as an assistant account executive, when I’d be nearly falling asleep at my computer in my cubicle, running on a dinner of buttered microwave popcorn.
You shouldn't sleep at your computer.
Mostly, I tried to make sure I remembered my pants, of course. And I never stayed there all night. Ten points to people who can find Blue Puppy in this picture. Poor puppy.
...it's not ergonomically sound.
Also, of course, I always try to remember not to fall asleep on my farm animal puzzles, no matter how comfy they may seem.
But it’s good that William is such a hard worker, right?