*This post is mostly for therapeutic purposes and does not claim to offer anything constructive, inspirational, or even useful. In other words, read at your own risk.
I woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.
Actually I woke up in the wrong bed this morning. I had to sleep down in the basement because while I stayed up late working on some stuff for my calling, Clark got out of bed about 20 times. Against all my fire-breath wishes, my husband let him get into our bed, which is where I found him at midnight. He is the heaviest kid on the planet. And he sleeps in a top bunk. And I was way too tired to try to pull off the the hefting and heaving (and possible bad words under my breath) that would probably be required to relocate him. I maybe could have woken up Matt to help except that, oh, that’s even harder than moving Clark.
My kids are sleeping horribly. IS ANYONE ELSE HAVING THIS PROBLEM? I don’t know if it’s the daylight savings, longer day issue or what, but even when I put them to bed on time, they are playing and tossing and turning and not falling asleep for a couple hours. And THEN, they’re getting up earlier and earlier. I’m talking about times that kindle my wrath, like BEFORE 6 a.m.
Remember that video I linked to a little while back? The one where the comedian (I mean WISE, WISE man) said, “Sleep deprivation in a mother leads to murder.”? Well. It’s not as hilarious as it was a week ago. Continue reading