I had no idea what to do since Judah is normally up so I just sat next to him, watched his chest rise and fall to his breathing and crochet granny squares.
His sweet head even rolled over on my arm before waking up with a big well rested smile.
I'm not sure if its our scheduled or these adorable feety jammies that helped Judah sleep in. What ever it was I am truly grateful for my 7 hours of sleep! It took us awhile to really get our day started. I don't think we knew what to do since we both were so well rested.
I finally decided to take Judah over to Burke lake park for a 2.40 mile run.
The park is gorgeous, a handful of other mama runners were out and some people walking their dogs but for the most part it was just Judah and I. I felt like I was walking through one of the forests I grew up next to in Germany. Birds chipping, the running trail had violets popping up on the sides and every bend in the trail you would take your breath away.
The lake was very serene today. A few fisherman were hanging out on the edges.
After our run we stopped by a field for a banana break, stretching, playing with cars and Judah chased a few butterflies.
My silly boy insisted on wearing my headband and was shaking his puff can everywhere and dancing.
He makes me laugh.
I'm so grateful for 7 whole hours of non interrupted sleep. I am praying that this is a new chapter in parenthood called "Amazing nights of sleep".