Kids Will Sleep Literally Anywhere, And These 20 Pictures Prove It

Kids Can Sleep Anywhere
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If you search Google for hacks on how to get your kid to sleep, it will return almost 48 million hits. That’s a heck of a lot of tips for a bunch of small people who can – and will, let’s face it – fall asleep pretty much anywhere, including in a pile of Lego or on top of a TV. Just look at this kid, for example. He’s mid-swing, for crying out loud.

Aw, it’s cute that this kid was so tired from traveling that she fell asleep right on her father’s suitcase. But try this as an adult? You’re likely to be asked to leave the airport.

Yep, that’s an infant sound asleep as a rally car zooms past. Amazingly, this image was captured in January 2016 near part of the route of the Dakar 2016 in Argentina.

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In 2014, little Miles here was so tired during his trip to the barbershop that he fell asleep right in the chair. His mom had to keep his head straight so the cut could be completed.

Kids can sleep anywhere_in ikea
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This is how we feel when we’re forced into Ikea too. And by the look of that empty shopping cart behind the sleeping angel, they’ve still got a long way to go.

We all know how painful it is to step on a single piece of Lego, right? The main question, then, is what is wrong with this kid?

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In all fairness, this little bear has got a point. Pulling your sled back up a hill is the most boring part of sledding.

The position in which this young man has chosen to nap seems to suggest that at one moment he was navigating the shopping cart, and the next moment he was asleep. He’ll never make pirate captain at this rate.

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What do you do when your kid falls asleep while you’re constructing an off-road motorbike? Stick him in one of the tires, of course. Now he’s tired in more ways than one.

Kids can sleep anywhere_on bike
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She loves her trike so much that she won’t go to sleep without it. Either that, or she was involved in a nasty collision with that exercise ball.

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Kids can sleep anywhere_on dog
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Well, his furry friend is nice and fluffy. But the dog’s eyes are like, “When is this going to end?”

Kids can sleep anywhere_in shoe
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Maybe there was something about the smell of this shoe that caused the little darling to go right to sleep. Or pass out.

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Kids can sleep anywhere_on toilet
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We’ve all been here. Though usually it’s after two in the morning and a couple of bottles of wine, but the less said about that the better.

This is why your grandma is always telling you that things were better in the past. After all, you wouldn’t find a baby sleeping on top of one of these newfangled slimline TVs now, would you?

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Kids can sleep anywhere_in basket
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What’s most impressive about this is that this girl doesn’t even look that small. How did she manage to get so far in there?

It looks like this little man fell to sleep at the start of the shopping trip. Look how neatly his mom and dad have piled up the groceries around him.

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Clearly, this princess has been taught to read a book and then go to bed. She just didn’t realize you did those two activities in different locations.

Kids can sleep anywhere_in toy box
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Here’s a young Dracula in training. His parents only started to get concerned when he stopped eating garlic bread.

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Kids can sleep anywhere_on outside tunnel
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It’s a hard life being a kid. Your parents are always telling you to “go outside and get some fresh air” when all you really want to do is sleep.

She’s taken the idea of a catnap much too literally. But then, if it’s good enough for the pets, why isn’t it good enough for the kids?

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