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Where's the Strangest Place Your Baby Has Slept?

Babies are some of the most adaptable beings on the planet. With a lil practice and some love from mama, wee ones can follow most any routine (or lack thereof) that their mother sets up for them, even when it comes to sleeping. Parents on the go know that a crib is just a crib when it comes to getting some shut-eye. Sure tots may like their own bed best but if they are accustomed to the jet-setting life, chances are they will crash wherever a sheet and mattress can be found. The multi-talented actress, songwriter, singer and mother Minnie Driver stopped by Live with Regis and Kelly to chat about her newest flick, Motherhood. The mother of 13-month-old Henry chatted about the tot's ability to snooze on the road. Her travel has made hotel closets the norm for the wee one's resting spot.

Where is the strangest place your baby has slept?

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cheersdarlin916 cheersdarlin916 7 years
When my son was little and we would go for a bike ride he would always fall asleep. He would be riding in that little seat behind me and he would just lay his head down on my backside and fall asleep and I would need to ride back home trying to hold his head so it would not flop around and we had so many people pointing at us as I was trying to ride back. It was really cute though and it never mattered if he was tired or not he would just fall asleep.
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
My kid... just didn't sleep as an infant. She slept wherever she would sleep, period. At first it was a laundry basket, then her stroller, then the swing, then her crib. She has never been one of those kids that fell asleep like while was always an overtired state of screaming at the top of her lungs, never just falling asleep. Now that she's 21 months, she needs her blankie and her pillow and a baby and she will generally lay down and go to sleep.
schnappycat schnappycat 7 years
LOL! Adaptable? Really? Not my son. He is a very "routine" kid and essentially refuses to sleep anywhere but his crib or a crib in a very similar setup at my mom's house. Not the car, stroller, even or even the floor or couch at our house. Even as an infant. I wish he were more unstructured sometimes because it would make my life easier on occasion. But since we aren't jet setters, most of the time it's not an issue, I guess. He does well with his routine. Maybe if we were jet setters, he would have had to learn to adapt. It would be interesting to know.
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