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Nightly Comedy Routine

We had a good week where my youngest was sleeping in his bed ALL NIGHT! Those nights are rare. It’s been an ongoing battle which I have written about many times. This past week we haven’t been so fortunate, although it has been comical.

You see,Β his new thing is talking in his sleep. Let me correct that, it’s not only talking in his sleep, he also howls. Yup. You read that correctly. Apparently my son might be half werewolf. Honestly, the array of animals noises and dinsoaur hisses are getting a little out of control. What the hell is this kid dreaming about I often wonder?

To add to his talking and animal imitations he has added a new little twist. Accents. British accents to be more precise. Full conversations in a british accent. “Deacon, would you like some lobster? Do you want butter with that?”Β  Too much Harry Potter or Stampylonghead I guess?

Needless to say, my husband and I get quite the show at 3am.

Feast your eyes!

No Logan! I’m the Captain! Walk the plank!

Look at it’s butt!

And then the dreaded Fox Song. Lord help me. Singing the fox song in his sleep. I think he was trying to give me nightmares.

sleeping love

Are you or your kids a sleep-talker?

 

3 thoughts on “Nightly Comedy Routine

  1. Hi! I just started following your blog. I can totally relate! My daughter is not a sleep-talker, but rather a wake-singer. And by that I mean I get get woken up at 7 a.m. by her standing outside the door belting out the lyrics to Frozen’s “Let It Go” like she’s performing at the Oscars. (I think you have all boys, so if you’re not familiar with “Let It Go,” it’s the reason everyone at Disney is driving a Benz right now.) Anyway, great blog! I look forward to reading more. – Meredith (www.MommyAtoZblog.com)

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