I think I've posted under a similar title two other times.
I'm having a theory, want some input.
Others have said that their babies are fighting sleep (and posting video and it's SO CUTE). Charlie doesn't do this. When he can't sleep, he gets very frustrated, but he tries really hard to sleep - I now solve his frustration by laying him on me, with my knees up (with his feet in my face these days, he's so long!) and rubbing his feet - he passes out pretty quick.
The thought is always that they fight sleep because they're not wanting to miss anything.
So Charlie still takes 99% of naps on someone - mostly me, sometimes Dusty or my mom. So he knows he isn't missing anything. He's never in a room by himself while he sleeps, he's always out with everyone else.
Do you guys think that this might be the reason he's a good sleeper or is it that he's just awesome?
I do not advocate holding them through all naps - my butt hurts from sitting in this chair so much and most people actually have things to do with their lives. Just.. I do it, and wonder :)
I also evilly had Dusty record a diaper change because he usually just lays there and smiles while we do it. Sometimes he tries to roll, but diaper changes are easy, too.