When you change his diaper, heâ€™ll probably want to put on a new outfit as well.
Once heâ€™s dressed, heâ€™ll ask to put on a drool bib.
Then he will want to chew on his hand and various lovies nearby.
While heâ€™s sucking his thumb, heâ€™ll probably realize that thereâ€™s a lot of interesting stuff surrounding him. So heâ€™s going to want to look around a bit.
When heâ€™s finished taking everything in, heâ€™ll want to listen to some classic music to calm himself down. You will have to make sure the iPod is plugged into the speakers and find the Disney Classic Lullabies playlist.
While heâ€™s listening to the songs, heâ€™s probably going to want to sing along. Heâ€™ll smile and squeal; his voice will make him remember a funny story he wants to share about his day.
Telling his story will remind him of all the books in our childrenâ€™s library. So youâ€™ll read him one of his cardboard books and heâ€™ll want to turn the pages himself.
When he holds the book, heâ€™ll get so excited that heâ€™ll want to hold all his toys. Heâ€™ll ask to sit on the floor so he can grab his blocks.
Heâ€™ll try to crawl. When he starts to get frustrated, heâ€™ll want to snuggle with you in his glider.
The gentle rocking will slowly start to put him to sleep against your chest. Which means youâ€™ll need to bundle him back up in his wearable blanket and put him back in his crib.
Squirming and rolling in his sleepsack to get comfortable will make him realize that his diaper is wet again. Soâ€¦heâ€™ll ask for another diaper change.
And chances are, if he needs a new diaper, heâ€™s going to want a midnight snack before he goes back to bed.
Inspired by the book, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” by Laura Joffe Numeroff