First Andrew wanted the "little bed" (a loveseat that makes a twin bed) with the picnic quilt. I won this quilt from Nan Slaughter over at Pots and Pins several months ago and it has fast become a family favorite. :)
But honestly, no one could possibly expect this little guy to be still for five minutes right? So next was the biggest sister taking her turn with the picnic quilt.
Littlest sister was perfectly content sleeping in the big chair with the pinwheel quilt. After all, she's a tiny thing and fits just fine. And as long as she has the IPad she can stay for hours in that one spot.
But then it came time for lights out. Andrew elected to sleep with Grandma. The girls were just fine where they were. The french doors were open between them and me so they could see me and hear me. This would be perfect, I just knew it would, and I would sleep so good. And I did. Until the two girls decided that they really needed to be in bed with me too. That happened about 30 minutes after lights out. Biggest sister was across the foot of the bed, little brother in the middle, littlest sister on the other side. I dozed. A little. Until 2:00 a.m. when brother needed milk. And he must have needed it really bad because he yelled milk over and over until I got it. Then at 2:30 a storm blew up. Only wind, no rain, but trees waving and dancing and making lots of noise. I moved to the little bed where I slept until grandpa got up at 6:00. Where was he all that time? Oh he was in the back bedroom on the other side of the house sleeping soundly. Anybody want him? I'm giving him away for free.