My Favorite Songs to Add to Your Little One’s Sleepy Time Playlist
Tonight, I was making lemonade. As I do every other night. Big Daddy and I trade off because you can get tired of lemonade even under the best of circumstances. Tonight, I was holding on to Baby Bee as she was trying to not fall asleep and I was enjoying the Playlist we use for the little girls overnight.
Some of the songs I don’t love (but they do) but some of them are wonderful songs and if you have a sleepy time playlist for your little ones, maybe you’d like these new additions.
When Littlebit was small and could hardly speak a word, she still loved to sing and when this song came on in the car, she’d throw back her head and sing the only world she could at the top of her lungs.
Plus, I like the idea of measuring my life in love.
I’m serious when I saw that if I were to ever to have another daughter (I won’t) I’d name her Evangeline.
It’s pretty and slow and sweet and swingy and makes for a great sleepy time song. It even has stars in the title and I think dreaming of beaches and magnolias would be just about perfect.
Because sleepy times songs shouldn’t have to suck or be tinny renditions of Twinkle Twinkle.
Another sweet, soft, swingy song.
LIttlebit was born to the album that Constellations appears on. I love the imagery in Jack Johnson’s music so much and this song FEELS like the end of the day (Yes, I know what the lyrics are about).
What songs make your little one’s bedtime playlists? We’re always looking to add more songs because we spend a lot of time making lemonade and new songs are always welcomed.