Last night was the best night's sleep I've had in a few days - after two nights of children waking earlier than necessary and a third sharing a bed with a wigglesome infant, having a large bed to myself, ear plugs firmly in place and a little boy happily sleeping in his pack-n'-play - until 7:30! - sleep was deep. And wonderful.
It would appear the same could be said for my lovely daughter who, minus the earplugs and the nearby nine(ish)-month-old, enjoyed her sleeping experience to a similar extent - nice big bed and all. And it definitely showed today.
My oft-ornery two-year-old suddenly began demanding lovin' from her Momma, even laying her head upon my shoulder at dinner. When she received a kiss on the forehead, being told, "You're sweet." I received an air kiss in my direction with an insistent, "No, you sweet."
This is how it's supposed to be.
Who needs beauty sleep? I say bring on the happy sleep.