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I don't sleep. Not lately, anyway.

BTW, would the person who said that children are wonderful explain what's so wonderful about a child speaking in your ear at 2:30 AM? We're never going to get that mark off the ceiling. I had no idea I could do a double backflip with a reverse from a completely relaxed, fully horizontal position. I screamed, my wife screamed, the kid screamed, then my wife was mad because I scared the child. Well, fair's fair, the child scared me, and at least HE was wearing diapers.

This, mind you, after the time where the boy woke us up five times in one night. On the fourth time, I sensed him walk into the room and, without opening my eyes or moving my body, said "boy, you'd BETTER be on fire." After the fifth time, my wife returned to the room, woke me (like I'd be sleeping anyway), and said "Remind me of this if I talk about having another one."

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In reply to Re: I mostly sleep... by tbone1
in thread I mostly sleep... by ambrus

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