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Special Exposure Wednesday: Sleeping Beauties

Even a short nap during a long car trip at Thanksgiving can be pure bliss to the haggard parents driving. For a while, nothing stands between us and our total engrossment in Pat Conroy's audio book, My Losing Season.

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  1. Precious, adorable, nothing sweeter!!

  2. I can't believe they all fell asleep at the same time! That would tempt me to drive around a little longer than I should!

  3. Love it! How nice they all fell asleep at the same time. Kayla rarely falls asleep in the car anymore, and when she does it doesn't last but a few min!

  4. wow now you did a great job there to find all 3 asleep and take a picture

  5. Ahh bliss - so peaceful when they fall asleep in the car!!


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