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joyjim's picture
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getting weird

I live in So Cal. Around here, at times, a few minutes before an earthquake animals will begin acting strange, barking or being restless.

Yes, I am comparing my kids to animals here.....

My kids have stopped sleeping normal, and have become anxious about everything. Could it be that they know something? LOL?

My 8 yr old son finally fell asleep at about midnight, just in time for his 4 yr old sister to wake us at 2 in need of sleeping in our bed....DH gets up at 4. Needless to say we are getting very tired. This is the third night of torture. Anyone else having strange kids lately?

lesleynka's picture
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Good analogy Joy Smile

No, things seem to always be strange around our place. I like it that way.

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Yes. My five year old has regressed in the #2 dept for the past few days and it's weird to me b/c he seems the most excited about the baby's arrival!

Eli wants to potty train #1 & 2 and I obviously don't want to start that full time. I still take him when he mentions but I still Put him in diapers full time.

The boys have been difficult going to bed at night for the past two weeks.

It's not Unfathomable that the kids are anxious about what's coming.

So are your animals anxious b/c of an earthquake or baby? Lol

_Jessicah_'s picture
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Brynna is acting very anxious as well. But has been for awhile. It all started with the not wanting to go to daycare, then she started not wanting to stay at my Moms house because she feels the need to be around me all the time, now at some point every single night she ends up in our bed. So I definitely think our kiddos can feel that something is up.

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LOL! I was just trying not to write a complaining thread, what I really want to do is hurt someone or scream or something. I feel psycho. Seriously. OMG, two more weeks. I am going to lose it. For sure!

_Jessicah_'s picture
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Then I say get a pillow, put it up to your face, and scream like heck! LOL Could help you feel better.

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Here too - but I wasn't sure if it was the baby or DH's surgery. Deacon wet the bed twice in one week right after Justin's surgery. He has been fully potty trained - day and night - since April so this really was a big set back for him. I'm praying that since Jus is recovering more and more it won't happen again and its not baby related.

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Luke has been soooo clingy! He wants no one but me, very fussy. He has no idea there is a baby coming, but seems to know something is up.

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no strange acting kids here - things have been good -Ds was going through a stage of waking up 2 hrs after going to bed and ending up in our bed. Happy to say that the last week or two he has been sleeping in his own bed!yeah!!!