- I’m not tired
- I need a wee wee
- I’m thirsty
- I need a poo. A big one
- I’m hungry
- I need my Gruffalo teddy
- I don’t want to wear pyjama bottoms, can you take them off?
- I don’t want Gruffalo in my bed
- It’s too dark
- It’s cold in my bedroom
- It’s too hot
- It’s too bright in my bedroom
- What’s that noise?
- I want to jump on the bed
- Where’s Daddy?
- I want to wear my ballerina shoes in bed
- My pillow is cold
- I have a hair in my mouth
- Can you read me another story?
- Can you spell my name?
- What’s your name, Mummy?
- I want to do some drawing
- Why do you have long sleeves, Mummy?
- My friend Leah doesn’t go to sleep
- I don’t want to go to bed
Mine says “5 minutes mummy” then tries to glue himself to my hubby’s side 🙂
Yes! We get “Two minutes!” …. then two minutes later “No! Two minutes!!”
My son is the same at the minute. His last question is always ‘Does Father Christmas have a beard?’
Apparently it is vital to have this confirmed before he goes to sleep!
hahaha!! I think over the years my girls have said most of them….
Haha I get ‘Mummy you are my really best friend. Mummy? Mummmmmmmmmy?’
It also explains partially, why diabetics have high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure, glaucoma and
cataracts, heart disease, low energy, anxiety and obesity.
Anuloma Viloma restores, equalizes and gradually balances
the flow of prana in the body. Yes, your cat will
eventually die–of something–but a diabetic cat can live into old age.
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