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post #21 of 72
You automatically kneel on the bed before getting in, to clear a space for yourself by brushing a half-pound of sand off the sheets.
post #22 of 72
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-when you describe yourself as a "mommy sandwich" because you slept all night nursing the babe at the All Night Milk Bar and the toddler has a hair fetish.
That made me laugh sooooo hard! I think the madest my ds ever got was when I cut my hair! I don't have any more to add but thanks for all the laughs!
post #23 of 72
When you have only a small runway to walk in your room- because all the room is being taken up by beds all pushed together to make one big bed, and its still not big enough because everyone needs to be touching you to sleep.

You lean a little to nurse the baby and thats enough to wake your toddler up(crying), who wakes your other toddler up and then you spend the next 2hrs trying to settle them, because your boob is in the babies mouth, one hand is holding ds's hand, the other holding dd's hand, hey am I playing some strange momma form of twister?

TanyaS- Seriously my mom bought a wig to keep in bed so my little brother wouldn't keep her up all night. It worked, she even got it in her color!
post #24 of 72
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Originally Posted by Britishmum View Post
You automatically kneel on the bed before getting in, to clear a space for yourself by brushing a half-pound of sand off the sheets.
Wow...I thought I was the only one.
post #25 of 72
How about having to tell your child ...

"Honey; mommy can't sleep with your foot in my butt crack."
post #26 of 72
Ooh I've got one...

When you wake up, shivering and uncomfortable, to find yourself in your baby's side-carred crib while he's fast asleep, wrapped warm in your blankets in your spot next to DH!
post #27 of 72
what is it with youngun's and want ing to be sideways between mama and dada anyway???


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Originally Posted by zuri'smom
Or how about discovering a wet spot in the bed and not being able to determine if it's toddler pee, breast milk or baby drool!!!!
and then deciding you don't care
post #28 of 72
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Originally Posted by Zuri'smom View Post

Sex happens everywhere BUT the bed

Soooo true!!



You get punched in the face by your kiddo while they kick your partner in the nuts. And she looks soo peaceful when she sleeps...
post #29 of 72
your having a nice adult dream and start to wake up thinking your dh is getting frisky, but its just your toddler trying to find your boob.
post #30 of 72
if you wake up in the night and you worry because you can't hear anyone snoring, grunting, snuffling or farting
post #31 of 72
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if you wake up in the night and you worry because you can't hear anyone snoring, grunting, snuffling or farting
lmao!! sooooooooooo true!
post #32 of 72
....the baby's head always smells like your armpit
....you go through more sheets than a hotel
....you wake up with your eye socket full of slobber
....you can never put landry away becuase someone is sleeping nearly 24 hrs a day
....when your kids sleep pover at the grandparents house grandpa has to sleep on the couch becuase ds wants to sleep on their "family" room
....your kids have a whole "bedroom" devoted to pets, toy storage and laundry
....Your ds cannot understand your objection to his warming his feet under your BREASTS
post #33 of 72
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Originally Posted by anarchamama View Post
....Your ds cannot understand your objection to his warming his feet under your BREASTS

Oh I'm laughing so hard I can't breathe!
post #34 of 72
These are great ! LMAO !

...you wake up with cute little feet in your face because your dc likes to sleep sideways
...you and your dh are snuggled up next to each other 1" from the edge of the bed and your dc is spread out on the rest of the bed and side-car crib

and this is so true...
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Originally Posted by zuri'smom
Or how about discovering a wet spot in the bed and not being able to determine if it's toddler pee, breast milk or baby drool!!!!
post #35 of 72
The store clerk looks at you strange b/c you want the teddy bear sheets in king size
post #36 of 72
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Originally Posted by MOM2ANSLEY View Post
The store clerk looks at you strange b/c you want the teddy bear sheets in king size
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post #37 of 72
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Originally Posted by MOM2ANSLEY View Post
The store clerk looks at you strange b/c you want the teddy bear sheets in king size
i have a teddybear comforter in king
post #38 of 72
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Originally Posted by anarchamama View Post
....the baby's head always smells like your armpit
....you go through more sheets than a hotel
....you wake up with your eye socket full of slobber
....you can never put landry away becuase someone is sleeping nearly 24 hrs a day
....when your kids sleep pover at the grandparents house grandpa has to sleep on the couch becuase ds wants to sleep on their "family" room
....your kids have a whole "bedroom" devoted to pets, toy storage and laundry
....Your ds cannot understand your objection to his warming his feet under your BREASTS


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post #39 of 72
....you utter the words "mommys nose, dont put your finger up there" while still half asleep
post #40 of 72
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Originally Posted by romans_mum View Post
....you utter the words "mommys nose, dont put your finger up there" while still half asleep
Oh that's so true. Except I utter "daddy's nose, don't put your finger up there." :
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