naptime

nap·time

 (năp′tīm′)
n.
The time of day when one takes a nap.
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Recently Micah and I headed for our naptime. (I've mentioned that before too.) When we arrived in the bedroom, I picked up the three storybooks we had been reading alternately.
Quiet Night: A Collection of Lullabies is an original music CD created to soothe both parents and children in preparation for naptime or bedtime.
I breastfed both of my children for their first two years, and except for that cruel initiation period, the memories I have of nursing, especially at naptime, are among my happiest.
Since you can treat other areas like the arms ("the most challenging area to tighten," notes Paolo), inner or outer thighs, lower or upper abdomen, bra line and flanks in one appointment, it's easy to sneak in some naptime.
I didn't say it out loud, but as Gillian and I got Harrison ready for naptime, I knew that I could love this kid in a way that I never before understood.
NapTime, PS129, Amazon.co.uk, is an eye mask that lulls you to sleep, then monitors brain waves and wakes you up at the optimum point to feel energised not groggy.
His favorite time of day is playtime, but naptime is a close second.
Fans can enjoy everything from naptime to pretending to fly with their Wookiee sidekick, who has poseable legs and can respond with a variety of facial expressions for fun surprises.
It all begins at naptime. When a teen who yearns for independence falls asleep, she finds herself at the start of a surreal adventure.
The director of a Harvard research center was ridiculed on social media after a viral video showed the woman trying to order a mom and her biracial child to get away from her home. Theresa Lund - executive director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative - was addressed with phrases like "Sidewalk Susie" and "Naptime Nancy."
--If the event happens close to bedtime or naptime and your child falls asleep, let your child sleep (unless advised by the doctor otherwise).
Gone are the days whenall you have to think of is yourself or your husband; those carefree days when you can do anything and everything on a whim, without having to worry about your child's feeding schedule, naptime, or school requirement.