We also love the way he sleeps. Lately he often has his butt sticking up in the air. When he is really ready for a good sleep he puts both arms behind his head. This is the same position we found him in during his first ultrasound. If he is having a hard time and is grumpy we are always rewarded with a big smile and a contented sigh when we give him his blankie and place him in bed. How thankful I am to have such a sweet, quirky sleeper!
However, he is not the most sound sleeper. He gets his light sleeping from me. (Greg slept right though the jumping in the bed incident last night.) In fact, when I have to go pee in the middle of the night, I don't flush the toilet until the morning because the bathroom is right next to his room and I'm afraid to wake him. I'm sure once we add a screaming newborn into the mix in a few months he will either learn to get used to more noise or I will desperately be missing his previously good sleeping habits. I am truly hoping the former circumstance will occur.