SB 6.14.45

śayānaṁ suciraṁ bālam
 upadhārya manīṣiṇī
putram ānaya me bhadre
 iti dhātrīm acodayat
Synonyms: 
śayānam — lying down; su-ciram — for a long time; bālam — the son; upadhārya — thinking; manīṣiṇī — very intelligent; putram — the son; ānaya — bring; me — unto me; bhadre — O gentle friend; iti — thus; dhātrīm — unto the nurse; acodayat — gave the order.
Translation: 
Thinking that her child had been sleeping for a long time, Queen Kṛtadyuti, who was certainly very intelligent, ordered the nurse, “My dear friend, please bring my son here.”