I am all for the family bed. There was a time when I had three in there, but now I'm old, crabby and tired. They're very, very nice, brilliant,
and him, standing in front of his art that was chosen to hang in the museum). Did I mention cute? About as cute as they get, but in my bed, also annoying. Not always, just certain times, like bed, mine in particular. Maybe I'll tell em there's a monster under there. Cause if they don't get out soon, there's gonna be.
I don't want to force em, cause for some reason they're scared and their personalities are even cuter than their looks. They're that cute. I can't bear the thought of em lying awake afraid. Anyway, we tried one night, well, who am I kiddin? We tried several nights, but they sneek back in when I'm sleepin.
That's not mine, I'd never be Taylor or Morgan's mom, but agree with her sentiment. I want em to leave on their own, but am starting to wonder when it will be. Will they be married, will their spouses sleep with us? Will I have to close my eyes and cry under the covers on their honey moons? Is there a Bed Whisperer?
Although it's a very roomy bed, I have to shove them off my face nightly. He compulsively cracks his knuckles. She moves and moves and moves so much I swear I'm sea sick. They move, fart, talk, and crack. Now I certainly do all the above, but it's my fuckin bed. Go move, talk and crack farts in your own! Please don't tell me it's harmful. My oldest grandchild is older than you, I'm not an idiot. I'm just spineless. I know they're gonna end up seein a shrink, and only pray, he has his own bed.
I admit mine is a wonderful bed. All who pass, lie down and don't wanna get up. And altho I'm tellin you, I'd never say this to them, well, who am I kiddin? I told em, they don't care, but I'm already feelin guilty. My 10 year old recently asked if I ever write anything bad about him, "No honey, I've got felons, teens and your dad for that. What bad could I ever say about you?" Except grow a pair and get outta my bed! None of the other high school kids sleep with their mom, at least not legally! So once Sponge Bob's no longer your wet dream, you're out!
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