Fresh diaper, shirt with no food stains, shorts with no dirt on the butt, and the sweet aroma of baby bath wash.
It ain't always like that, I know.
my child fell asleep........
This was a struggle for me.
I mean you can't go to bed without a bath, that's like a rule, right?
So she's in my arms--sleeping with chocolate chip cookie stains all over her shirt and nothing but a diaper and socks on.
I feel the diaper that I changed 20 minutes prior automatically assuming it's already wet.
Well I was totally planning on waking her up to change that diaper which meant she'd need a bath, but since it's dry, I could just put her in her jammies and gently place in her in the crib for an early sweet night of slumber.
but without a bath?
well she's already sleeping, so do I even want to wake her up to put pajamas on her?
probably not, right?
but her shirt has chocolate on it.
I need to wash the sheets tomorrow anyway....
Well this is a predicament.
Am I really just going to put her in her bed for the night with no bath--no jammies.
Ya'll I did it.
Here she is
I struggled with the decision of the whole no bath/dirty baby thing while I held her sleeping in my arms.
She was so peaceful, and so tired I mean she was out before 7.
So I couldn't wake her up.
So while I was temporarily satisfied that I had a whole extra hour to work on my kitchen spring cleaning, I've instead spent it going in and out of her room going back and forth between letting her sleep and waking her up for a bath.
What a waste, why am I so nuerotic?
I guess I'm maybe blogging this because I'd like you to tell me you put your baby in her/his crib dirty sometimes too.
But you probably don't.
Little gross too.
I wonder if she's going to wake up in the morning wondering why she's still wearing her clothes from the day before.
She's a baby though, so she probably won't wonder that.
I do understand if you think I'm crazy.