Not that you want to make him or her scream, but it just seems that there are things that you do that will cause this effect.
The following are based on your child being sound asleep, and then you do the following:
1. Shower, but most importantly get to the point where you have a ton of shampoo in your hair, or have one legged shaved.
2. Sit down for dinner (or any meal for that matter). The more urgent and terrified the scream, the more it is important that the food you eat will taste horrible reheated or cold.
3. Yes, you have been holding LO for an hour, soothing, swaying, bouncing, moving, and sing soft lullabies. Goal of calm sleep has been accomplished. You sit down.
4. Make an important phone call.
5. Try to take a nap. Yup, been up all night thanks to that cute bundle. You finally get them to take a nice nap. You debate if you should use this time to shower or nap. Nap wins. You close your eyes, and just when your lids touch each other….
Have any I should add to the list?
(Note: The picture was taken when little one woke up while sleeping in my arms. Apparently bodily functions freak him out! He did not want to be changed!)