Monday, September 13, 2010

how is this comfortable?!?


18 comments:

Lyn said...

Ok...so my hamstring hurts just looking at those pictures!! Whitney must have been whipped to fall asleep in that position! Love it!

Erin said...

Oh my, so cute! But yeah, looks really uncomfortable.

Andrea said...

That is soooo funny! Amazing isn't it?! PS-Happy belated Birthday to that beautiful, super cute girl!

Kelly said...

LOL....gotta love that flexibility=)

Lacey said...

I think with DS kids, thats really comfy!! I can feel the burn through the computer!

Josh Hopkins said...

hahaha, This is great. Just a reminder to stretch before taking a nap.

Jill said...

Ouch! A sore leg and a stiff neck. Anne looks like she is getting so tall!

Ellen said...

Highly cute!

my family said...

so flexible...love the two yr old pictures

Kristi said...

Lol!!! Avery used to fall asleep in her car seat like that too..and it just made me hurt looking at her..gotta love that flexibility!!!

Runningmama said...

Looks so painful but also so very adorable!

kathy.stadler said...

Amazing! She must be very limber..how cute!
God bless all. Love, Aunt Kathy

Melissa M said...

Seriously, that is the funniest thing I have seen in a long time!

Kelli said...

That is too funny! Lindsey falls asleep in the most uncomfortable looking positions but that is one I have never seen.

Kat said...

That is such a Madison pose right there! Madi constantly has her foot up to her head! It amazes me how flexible they are!

abendkleid said...

In these photo there are picture it is really very funny. These all are really very beautiful she is looking really great and comfortable.

Krista said...

Aren't they so funny, the workers in our nursery today said that anytime they would lay our Ella down to sleep she would wake up, so she fell asleep head over spread legs and they just left her there to sleep. If only we were all so flexible.

Michelle said...

cracks me up! I have some photos of Kayla in some positions that sure don't look comfortable! Our kids and those loose, flexible joints!