She Doesn’t Need An Alarm Clock. She Has An Adorable Wriggling Baby.
Esther Anderson demonstrates how co-sleeping with her baby means no sleeping. She wrote, "Every morning my baby sleeps in my bed with me for a couple hours after she wakes up to eat. And every morning I ask myself why I didn't just put her back in her crib....so this morning I grabbed my cellphone and recorded what my baby alarm clock looks like. I think I'm not alone in this..."
Source: Esther Anderson