I read somewhere that the benefits of sleep come in fifteen minute segments. Sleeping less than fifteen minutes doesn't do you any good. But don't tell this to tired parents.
OMG, its a story of every mother :-) loved it
Clever, imaginative, well done...
Ha.. this had me almost spurting tea over the keyboard.
ah ah...good !
I remember thinking the same thing, from the child's perspective. "Please, mom, just 5 more minutes."So much in just a few words! Nice job.
That's why I don't have kids...
I so remember this. So vivid the memory. All I wanted was more sleep.Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
I have no kids but can so feel your agony.
Brings back memories of little sons sitting on the end of the bed on Saturdays watching cartoons while I slept "just a little longer" before making pancakes and eggs.
I can sympathize.
Oh yes! I remember the days of sleep envy...
The harassed Mom certainly deserves a breakHank
never gonna happen
Laden with authenticity !
Been there, done that...... great take!
heheheh! i used to request for two more minutes when my mom used to wake me up for school!!
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