- Welcome to the MTFU Daddies breakfast club
Woke up silly o’clock mrshora couldn’t tell his cries were hunger cries (anyone else notice different cries for different things?).
He then woke up again and I could tell he has a sore throat.
I finally fell asleep just after the alarm went off for 30blissful minutes.Posted 6 years agomolgripsSubscriber
Up at 3am today with DAAADDDDYYYY! coming from her room. Back to bed, nappy change, fruit pouch, DAAADDDYYY! another nappy change, cuddles, lessons on why we need to sleep at night, tears, chastisement, few more tears, more joos and finally quiet, just before the smaller one woke up bright and early at 5am.
So I got dressed and got an earlier train to work.
Btw, do you lot not put gates on their doors to stop them wandering about?Posted 6 years agothe teaboyMember
+1 for the Gro clock – it’s like magic. Our 2 year old sleeps brilliantly and part of that is down to the clock.
It’s set for 6.20 in the week and 7am at weekends and, even if he wakes early, he stays in bed until it’s time to get up. We then hear him shout ‘Sun’s up!’ and he charges into our room to say hi.
His sister, on the other hand, is a disaster! Teething, tummy bug, separation anxiety and dummy dependency.Posted 6 years agoPJM1974Member
Morning all dads – both conscripts and civillian volunteers.
One of my stepsons was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and I have to get up during the night to check his blood glucose levels and I invariably end up having to reprogram his insulin pump and/or check for infusion set leakages or stuff his face with glucose tablets if he’s hypoing.
He’s 14 in January and I’ve still got years of this in front of me…Posted 6 years agothe teaboyMember
you having a ******* laugh!!
Ha ha – no.
He sleeps from 7.15ish to 6.20/7 every day. Very rarely wakes up but if he does, he just goes back to sleep/ waits for the clock.
6.20’s ok for him to get up as 1) his sister is awake anyway, 2) it means I get to play with him for a bit before I go to work and 3) it means he’s likely to have a nap at lunchtime.Posted 6 years agoDark SideMember
Told you I’d be here. 5am for me, my little one tried every trick in the book to break the 6am rule this morning. She needed water, then a tissue, then developed a mystery tummy ache and finally resorted to the old classic but still effective scream the house down. I canno wait for her to become a teenager and I can exact revenge. I can wait little one.Posted 6 years agobazookajoeMember
No. 2 will be up soon enough to cause havoc no doubt. It’s the bloomin kitten that does the 0530 wake up call everyday, the little sod, now she’s happily sleeping in my lap while I have a cuppa. On the plus side, it’s SNOWING! Wayhay. As the great Bing and friends sing ‘Snow, snow, snow, snow, snoooww’Posted 6 years ago
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