Around the time that C started preschool in the fall, she stopped taking naps. Aside from a few unintentional snoozes in the car, she basically hasn't stopped for a mid-day siesta for months now. That is, until earlier this week, when she requested to lie down with her brother while he was napping. B obliged (after she promised that she would be very quiet). About 10 minutes later, he peeked in on them and was greeted by this scene:
So he reached the parenting holy grail, which had been but a distant memory to us: both children napping at the same time. It only lasted for about 30 minutes, but it was glorious all the same.