Babies nap. Babies have simple needs. Eat. Change. Hold. Sleep.
Teens send you text messages at ten in the evening while you're folding laundry, "Are you going to the store? Because we're out of bananas." I sent back, "Where are you when you texted this?"
"In bed." "So you want to know if I would get up, get my purse and drive to the store...before or after folding the laundry?" The teen had the grace to send back, "No. I'm not in bed. I'm at school and I've been hard at work all afternoon, studying, studying, studying. I in no way would ever dream of asking you to go out after working all day if I'd not done the same. Good night!"
At five, I've heard one rising with the proposal of a morning jog. Believing in sleep as a normal part of life, I've explained, once we get to morning hours, if the sun isn't up, you aren't to be out. However I have the equivalent of electronic roosters all over the house. My cell goes off at 5:50 and there are at least four alarms which blare at six, though to my knowledge, none of them rouse actual children, just me.
So nestle up with those newborns and enjoy this restful stage of life and remember, this is all just training for later. This part of the road of parenting you're on? It's the wide easy part.