Sleeping at bizarre times

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    Sleeping at bizarre times

    Check out this video of a boy falling asleep on skis:
    http://www.boston.com/travel/explorene/specials/ski/blog/2012/03/boy_falls_aslee.html

    It got me thinking about the most bizarre place my child has fallen asleep.
    I would have to say during a really loud live show. My son was probably about 7 months old and we were watching The Lion King in a live show at Animal Kingdom. We were sitting in the front row and the drums were so loud and so was the music. My husband and I were shocked that our son slept in my arms through the entire thing.
    Where is the most bizarre place your child has fallen asleep?
     
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    I'd take my child to a sleep specialist if that were to happen.
     
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    I'm going to show my age here, but--oh well--what the heck...When I was about 5, I begged my parents to take me to the Captain & Tenille concert at the Big E. (I mean, what 5 year old doesn't love a little "Muskrat Love"...;) I fell asleep before it started and woke up as I was being loaded into the car. My father still reminds me of having to sit through it as I slept soundly.

    I couldn't get over how DS slept through the thunderstorms last June (what we got after they touched down as tornadoes in Western MA). Literally the house was shaking and the lightning and thunder were scaring me to death, but DS never moved or made a peep the whole time. Unbelievable.
     
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    My son fell asleep mid bite when eating mac and cheese the other day...after going all day at a St. Patty's Day parade.  We have it on video and I will imagine that I will be showin this to him at his wedding.  It was hysterical.
     
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    Those were the best, falling asleep mid-bite.
     
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    Haha capecod1818! That is funny.
    My daughter was once in her high chair eating dinner and the next minute she was head down on her food snoring. We should have gotten that on video.
     
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    I felt kind of bad video taping it as he was trying really hard to stay awake but it was too funny not to get on my iphone.  His head kept on bobbing and rolling....actually it could have been more dangerous, i.e. chocking, but he was all good.
     

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