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    She just went pee pee right there, hilarious! My kids have never sleep walked but it just might be more entertaining than the re-runs we have been watching!

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    Hey — I’d take sleepwalking over sleep-teeth-grinding and sleep-nose-picking any day!

    Love your son’s Harry Potter glasses. Oh, and I had been wanting to tell you that I really like the pictures in your header. I always swore I wouldn’t be a mom of THAT family, but here we are. Oh well.

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    I love that – SO cute. My daughter doesn’t sleepwalk, but she DOES talk up a storm in her sleep. I tell ya, we have the most interesting conversations …

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    My son talks on his sleep, but he does not sleep walk, or so I think! Anyhow, I am glad I found your new address. Are you keeping the rodeo rendevouz as a yearly event? It was fun.

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    We don’t have sleepwalkers. But we did have night terrors to deal with when Z was little. Very scary!

    As for the cow smell, what is T tracking in with those boots?!

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    That would freak me out a little bit I think.

    My 7 yo slept walk once when he was a tyke. He got up, peed on his Bible, and got into bed like nothing happened. Read into what you’d like.

  7. 18


    What if it’s your d/h, mine s/w when he’s overtired!

    First time I found this out is when he carried over our first born, because he was hungrey.
    The baby was still asleep.
    At first I laughed but then I thought this could be bad..needless to say I’ve become a lighter sleeper.

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    I love how kids give an endless supply of blog material…this is great stuff!

    No sleepwalkers here but I love reading others’ stories…this is the third sleepwalking post I’ve read in the past week. Very entertaining!

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    Sleeping walking is so weird. I think I’d never be able to sleep again if I knew that CJ sleep-walked… I’d be terrified of him doing something horrible.

    I think you need to video-tape these conversations!! :)

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    Wren opens her eyes and talks in her sleep. Freaky when she sleeps with us & wakes us at 2am asking why her icecream is chocolate… “I asked for choc mint, Mummy”!

    By the way, I like the new look, but what happened to all your old stuff? Are you missing some old posts, or am I having a dizzy spell??

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    My dad had to put a lock at the top of the door so I would not walk out to the pool. I think I was hours of entertainment for my family. At least thats what they tell me, I don’t remember it. :)

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    I am dyin’! My kids don’t sleep walk but I did CONSTANTLY for years. My folks found me once jumping up and down on my bed acting like I was fishing SCREAMING at the top of my lungs ‘I got one!’
    hahahaha…..see, ya’ll don’t hold the market on weird. Isn’t it FUN!?

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    LOL – my ribs ache!

    My oldest was a night terror toddler; she does talk in her sleep now, but doesn’t travel.

    Am clicking over to the Rodeo Part 2 post – and adding you do my blogroll.

    Thanks for making me laugh.

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