If you remember life as a kid, you’ll remember that naps were necessary sporadically throughout the day. Living a kid’s life is exhausting as all you do is exert energy. Because of this, kids can literally sleep anywhere. When we say anywhere, we mean ANYWHERE.
To us, the only conventional place to take a nap is a bed or at least somewhere we can comfortably pose our body. Kids, however, aren’t as picky with their beds. They can fall asleep in a shopping cart, on top of a dog, or even in a laundry basket and still be comfortable. It’s magnificent really how easily they can fall asleep wherever and whenever they please.
Whether you’re a parent or not, these photos are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
#1. She started napping halfway into the bike accident.
I hope she’s ok and not hurt.
#2. Here, we have the napping yoga master.
You can catch him in a yoga pose 24/7.
#3. Ikea shopping can be very tedious.
I understand this little girl’s struggle.
#4. What? You’re telling me you’ve never fallen asleep in a pool before?
It’s actually quite relaxing, you should try it sometime.
#5. How to properly nap at the airport.
If only I was able to sleep just like this kid.
#6. Sometimes a rubber boot is the best alternative for a pillow.
It did the job for her.
#7. Napping on the floor and underneath the sofa cushions.
The best place and way to nap if you don’t want to be bothered.
#8. Sometimes showers are just so exhausting.
And you can’t help but to nap immediately after.
#9. That’s talent right there, sleeping in a 90 degree angle.
She’s going to be a olympic gymnast one day.
#10. If you can fit in it, why not?
She’s even got a blanket to keep her comfy.
#11. Aww, looks like this one couldn’t make it past the stairs.
He must of had a long day.
#12. This one is always camera ready.
Conscious or unconscious, he’s ready for his close up.
#13. Just like a baby in a kangaroo’s pouch.
What a clever recreation.
#14. Shopping with mom can be exhausting.
Don’t put your kid through it if they can’t handle it.
#15. You ever just get a rush of food coma after finishing a feast?
And it just overwhelms you before you can get anywhere near a bed.
#16. Poor kid should have gotten a proper amount of rest prior to this event.
How could you nap in front of the President?!
#17. Well that certainly looks comfortable.
All babies who have a dog in their household should take advantage of this sleeping opportunity.
#18. The best improvisation I’ve ever seen for a nap while shopping.
Very genius indeed, I wonder if it was the kid or parent’s idea.
#19. Pro tip: if you’re sleepy in a furniture shop, find a comfy bed to nap on.
The bed’s already there, why not take advantage of it?
#20. Because when you need to sleep, you need to sleep!
No matter where you are.
#21. This is how it starts.
This is where kids develop their “sleeping over the desk” form.
#22. Sometimes concrete is the most comfortable material to sleep on top of.
This kid obviously has her street creds.
#23. It appears Legos don’t hurt this kid.
He could quite possibly be immortal.
#24. Think of it as a hammock.
Why sleep on a comfortable bed when you can sleep on a slightly less comfortable hammock?
#25. There are a number of places that are considered the worst places to nap.
The toilet is definitely one of them.