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Old Aug 15th, 2013, 04:00 AM   11
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My daughter comes in and creeps up my bed and lays there staring at me until I feel it LOL

My son.... a punch in the face is his favourite. A butt in the face if he's feeling particularly energetic that morning.
Ouch! Thats not a fun way to wake up!



 
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Old Aug 15th, 2013, 08:34 AM   12
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Ben used to just shout 'mummy come hereeeeee' over and over so I had to jump up and run in and explain the upstairs neighbours didnt want a 5am wake up call!!

Recently he's been coming into my room, the moment his door opens I'm awake but some days he'll just stand in my doorway for 5 minutes and I pretend to be asleep (because I'm trying to get him to understand 5am isn't technically morning!) other times he comes racing in and I quickly move to avoid a poke in the face!



 
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Old Aug 19th, 2013, 16:07 PM   13
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My daughter comes in and creeps up my bed and lays there staring at me until I feel it LOL

My son.... a punch in the face is his favourite. A butt in the face if he's feeling particularly energetic that morning.
Ouch! Thats not a fun way to wake up!
He's 13 months so his aim is pretty bad and it doesn't hurt LOL thankfully.



 
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Old Aug 19th, 2013, 17:10 PM   14
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This is dependant upon her mood and how long it takes us to get to her but she NEVER gets out of bed!

A good mood = singing to herself until she's fed up of waiting (takes me ages to get out of bed lol) to which she'll then shout "mummy,daddy I'm awake now, can you hear me"

Bad mood = instant whinging followed by "mummy,daddy I'm crying (she never is) come and get me it's early time"



 
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Old Aug 20th, 2013, 07:16 AM   15
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lo is as good a sleeper as me, not even alarm clock wakes her when she is fast asleep. We mostly get waken by her dad when he gets up but often she just continues to sleep.



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2013, 15:29 PM   16
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Aww my DD always wakes us up by crying I wish I knew why... occasionally she will just do a small one and be singing by the time we get in there but normally she cries until we go to her (straight away!). I dont know why she doesnt sing/play/talk



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2013, 15:59 PM   17
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Aww my DD always wakes us up by crying I wish I knew why... occasionally she will just do a small one and be singing by the time we get in there but normally she cries until we go to her (straight away!). I dont know why she doesnt sing/play/talk
Maria would always wake up like that until recently (and still does sometimes). I think its something that they just grow out of eventually.



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2013, 16:22 PM   18
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We bedshare.

He wakes up, sits up,

"Mummy is there a sun outside", if I say yes he will whine, if I say no he will also whine

My reply "what do you want? , if you want sun there is one, if you don't , then there is no sun, & you can go back to sleep"

"No mummy, there is sun!, yay, mummy there is sun!" Kisss & hugs me, runs out of bed to his dad's room, opens the door, while shouting "there is sun!" , comes back moves the curtains with his hands to show me the sun, holds my hand & drags me out of bed.

When he wakes up at night & it's still dark, he sits on bed waiting for the sun to come out



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2013, 16:35 PM   19
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We bedshare.

He wakes up, sits up,

"Mummy is there a sun outside", if I say yes he will whine, if I say no he will also whine

My reply "what do you want? , if you want sun there is one, if you don't , then there is no sun, & you can go back to sleep"

"No mummy, there is sun!, yay, mummy there is sun!" Kisss & hugs me, runs out of bed to his dad's room, opens the door, while shouting "there is sun!" , comes back moves the curtains with his hands to show me the sun, holds my hand & drags me out of bed.

When he wakes up at night & it's still dark, he sits on bed waiting for the sun to come out
Its a good thing you don't live here or he'd be waking you up at 2/3am in the summer with the sun!



 
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Old Aug 21st, 2013, 16:49 PM   20
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I normally wake up the moment I hear little bare feet on the tiles in the hall, but if I'm really tired, then Rowan comes into the bedroom and kisses me till I wake up. She's always complaining that I don't do the same to her, but she sleeps like the dead, and by the time she wakes up, I've usually lost patience, hauled her out of bed, laid her on the top, removed her pyjama trousers, got her pants and socks on and am half-way up with her leggings.



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