Five ways to get some sleep while looking after toddlers
Falling asleep while looking after small children is challenging, but not impossible, here’s how:
With the kids belted in and the lights at red, you can enjoy thirty seconds to two minutes of solid nap. Wake softly to the sounds of chirping car horns or the driver behind you suddenly outside your window, calling you an arsehole.
While your kids run wild in a cage, head for the furthest, darkest corner of the soft play where the strong smell of urine puts off everyone else and drift off to dreamland.
Meet a friend with small children, order a decaf, keep your shades on and then ask them: “Is your partner helping out much?” By the time they’ve finished moaning you’ve bagged an hour’s kip.
Tell the shop assistant you want the most expensive bed but you need to test it and ask them to keep an eye out. Then take a nice twenty while the shop assistant tries to lure your brats out of the window display.
A Disney film is prime sleeping real estate. Side effects include kids repeatedly singing songs so annoyingly that you will eventually have a nervous breakdown.