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DD is being unreasonable isn't she?

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TheCunnyFunt Fri 25-Dec-15 07:17:23

I have been awake since 5.30 and 4yo DD is still asleep!! I'm itching for her to wake up! I can't go and wake her up before she's ready to wake up by herself though, if I do she'll be miserable all day.

I want to do presents! I want to see her face when she opens her beanbag chair she's been longing for, or the pirate ship that she so desperately wants!

BernardsarenotalwaysSaints Fri 25-Dec-15 07:19:21

She is! Mine are still asleep too, except the baby who is only interested in the lights.

Enjolrass Fri 25-Dec-15 07:19:30

Both mine 4 and 11 are fast on. I am enjoying a quiet coffee before the carnage begins.

The youngest even fell asleep quickly after declaring that he was so excited.

I feel quite lucky, my FB is full of knackered parents who have been up since 5am grin

Cookingongas Fri 25-Dec-15 07:19:49

Yanbu!!! My dc are making me sick with their outrageous sleeping!! It's Christmas ffs!! Wake up!!

confusedandemployed Fri 25-Dec-15 07:22:09

Yeah mine too. She was sooo knackered yesterday after all the fun that she was out like a light at 7pm and is still asleep.

DH and I spent hours assembling her sodding play kitchen last night and we're dying to see her face. Oh well, kettle on.

diddl Fri 25-Dec-15 07:23:56

I well remember the days when it seemed that you'd just got into bed & they came bouncing in with their stockings to open!

Mine are teens now & husband & I have both been up for an hour!hmm

Anaffaquine123 Fri 25-Dec-15 07:24:18

My 4yo is the same, snoring away!

NinaSimoneful Fri 25-Dec-15 07:24:21

DD still asleep here too, could well be for another hour nearly. DH had been up a while. Enjoy the calm beige the storm I say. cake Merry Christmas all!

springsosoon Fri 25-Dec-15 07:24:33

I'm the only one awake too. I've made myself a coffee and gone back to bed, Make the most of the quiet time.

SalemSaberhagen Fri 25-Dec-15 07:24:45

Haha cooking, 'outrageous sleeping'.

15 month old DD is still fast off. We bedshare so I've been moving about and giving her the odd poke, but no dice!

NinaSimoneful Fri 25-Dec-15 07:25:14


OneFlewOverTheMumsNest Fri 25-Dec-15 07:25:59

She is definitely BU. As is my 3yo. I feel your pain! My dm used to flick the lights on and off to wake us if we slept too long at Christmas as she was so excited. I might have to do the same. Although she's in the room next to dd's. She'll be banging on her door soon!

Enjolrass Fri 25-Dec-15 07:26:17

Actually I do think DS (youngest) is being unreasonable. Usually he wakes up as soon as I get up so I never have a quiet coffee on any other day

ginmakesitallok Fri 25-Dec-15 07:27:11

My 2 are still asleep too, WAKE UP!!!!!!!

MsMermaid Fri 25-Dec-15 07:28:07

My 5yo is still asleep too. Last Christmas she slept til 9! She likes a good long sleep whenever she can get it. She's in my bed this though, she gets worried about Santa coming into her room.

SouthWesterlyWinds Fri 25-Dec-15 07:34:48

Mine have been awake since 3. Then 4. Then they started fighting at 5. I finished up downstairs at 1230 as DH had forgotten to make sure the main presents were fully charged. This with the bout of chicken pox this week and I am exhausted.

The mad thing is, they don't even know it's Christmas Day. They think it's the 22nd fconfused

Katedotness1963 Fri 25-Dec-15 07:35:05

I'm the only one awake in our house. I've prepped the veg, eaten a chocolate Santa and I'm having a coffee now. Ours are teenagers so goodness knows when we'll see them...

TheCunnyFunt Fri 25-Dec-15 07:36:24

She's awake! But DH is still sleeping solidly fhmm

DD is on our bed and we are having a loud conversation and telling jokes.

rallytog1 Fri 25-Dec-15 07:37:26

I'm the only one awake too. About to make myself a giant cup of tea and enjoy it in peace.

Archer26 Fri 25-Dec-15 07:40:40

I realise my DS at 8 months has no flipping idea what Christmas is but come on, wake up! I've been standing over the cot for the last 5 minutes contemplating poking him confused

DelphiBlue Fri 25-Dec-15 07:40:58

3yo DS is also still snoozing away with no signs of stirring. What is wrong with these children?!

HackerFucker22 Fri 25-Dec-15 07:42:05

3yo and 11mo still fast asleep here too.

Cookingongas Fri 25-Dec-15 07:42:09

Ah. Your dd is more reasonable than either if mine then cunny. Their both still a kip.

SalemSaberhagen Fri 25-Dec-15 07:42:27

Poking doesn't work Archer <bitter voice of experience>

harboromummy Fri 25-Dec-15 07:44:42

My dp & Dc are asleep!

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