Saturday, January 30, 2010

Blurry Bedroom Bylaws

The nights have begun to run together. My days are a bit of a blur. One night in the middle somehwere, my little girl climbed over my head to get in my bed. Then cried when I said, "come on, back to your bed." Not only did she cry, she held the headboard and screamed. So, I took her back to bed, and sat by her. She was asleep pretty fast in spit of her anger.
Then last night, she fell asleep in her bed, AFTER I read, and after I left!! She was asleep in her own bed without ME!!!! Woohooo! Then when she woke up, it was about 3. She didn't even ask to get in my bed!! She just pulled her blaket and pillow to my floor and lay beside the bed. Then after realizing her bed was cozier, she asked if I would come to her room please. (please??) So, since it is a well-known fact the hubster can sleep in any conditions, I sent him. He got up early though and came to our room, so she once again fell asleep and woke up all by herself. And happy. YAY!!!!!

6 comments:

Leah said...

Oh I can so get a visual image in my mind of her hanging onto the headboard and being suspended in mid air as you pull her by the ankles. :) Too funny. I am so glas that I am not the only one who feels like they are up and down all night sometimes.

Mom Of Many said...

Good news!! Yes, the days and night blur and somedays I wonder, "was that yesterday, the day before, last week or last month?" Do you think we will ever have our days and nights straight? I have my doubts!!

No wonder IF I should sit down to watch a movie with my big kids I usually don't even seen the opening scene....you too I bet!

xo

Misty said...

sounds like fun, Hezra...we live parrallel lives:) Hahaha!!! STAY STRONG!!! You are winning!! LOL! Love ya!

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Hi... said...

I'm just catching up on a few of your posts and smiled as I read of your daughter's progress!! Good for you - that's hard to do when the easiest thing to do by far (in the middle of the night) would simply be to let her be in bed with you. Good on ya!

Ruth

Jean said...

Well things are getting a little better!! That's good!!

My hubby can sleep anywhere anytime, too!