Tuesday, April 13, 2010

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RTT is happening over at Keely's place.  Go check her out.

So, Nick has this tendancy to sleep walk when he is very tired or he has a bit too much to drink.  He will get up and wander the house, although he will usually find his way back to bed, sometimes he wakes up and finds himself in unexpected places in the house--on the couch, in a chair, upside down in bed.  He is very confused when this happens because he remembers nothing about the trip.  Sunday night was a  roaming night, I had to rescue him from the laundry room and get him back to bed.  As he returned to bed he said(cause he talks in his sleep too)"Glad that's working out for you---electricity!"  I was a bit confused as to why he would say that but then I remebered he was asleep--mostly. 

On a side note, Turbo sleep walks too.  Nothing like waking up in the middle of the night to a screaming kid who is running around lost because he can't find the bathroom.  We can't close the bathroom or take down the night light because he gets lost without it.  Sometimes there is more going at night in our house than during the day.  No word on whether Bruiser will sleep walk or not.  I'm hoping not.

We had warmer weather this weekend.  Got to spend time outside.  It was great.  And not meant to last.  Today is colder and windy.  Such is spring in Wyoming, wait five minutes and the weather will change.



And now for Post-it Notes with Supah.

13 comments:

Jennifer said...

HAHA! mY DAUGHTER IS ALWAYS GETTING IN TROUBLE FOR TALKIN AT SCHOOL

Ali said...

my daughter does the vomit thing well, her gag reflex is so bad she can vomit on comand!

Kirsten said...

Towels don't count. How about a road trip to fold my laundry?

Marvelous Mommy said...

Lol They don't count! Happy Post It Note Tuesday! I'm a follower now although I thought I already was! :-)

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Mama Badger said...

Nick should put on a pedometer and claim his sleep walking as exercize!

Travel & Dive Girl said...

I've been known to go through bouts of sleepwalking - usually when stressed out with work. My husband would typically find me in the closet, with the lights out picking out my clothes and getting dressed for the next day.

gretchen said...

The other night, my son suddenly appeared in the living room at about 10 pm. I asked him what was wrong, and he kind of just stared at the wall, then turned around and started to wander back to his bedroom. I walked back with him, helped him into bed and he was out. I think he was sleepwalking. It was freaky!

Mrsbear said...

My husband doesn't sleepwalk thankfully, though I could do without the snoring.

My daughter went through a period where she would sleepwalk and talk then not remember the next day, but mostly she's grown out of it. Used to freak me out.

Hope Bruiser feels better soon.

shortmama said...

My hubs walks in his sleep too also when he is too tired or had too much too drink! Too funny! He also talks complete nonsense!

jayayceeblog said...

Both of my daughters' report cards while growing up always had comments about too much talking. I think it runs in the family. :-)

Jenni said...

Haha electricity is working out pretty well for me as well.

Michele said...

Towels never count and when you do get to them you don't have to fold them either.

Brittney said...

i used to sleep walk when i was a kid! one night I ended up outside at the neighbors house.. my mom got a phone call at 3am saying I was wandering outside! very scary for her I bet! lol!!
Hopefully he'll grow out of it :)

Woo hoo for getting the laundry done :) wanna come do mine?

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