Advanced search

Should I wake my lovely DD who has been asleep for about 2.5 hours?

(10 Posts)
Pavlovthecat Wed 16-Jul-08 16:43:07

She went for a nap at 1:30pm, played in her cot until about 2pm, and has been asleep since.

I have got a lot done and tea is about to go in the oven.

Should I wake her or put my feet up and enjoy a minute's silence?

(she usually naps for about 1.5hrs max)

megcleary Wed 16-Jul-08 16:44:20

my god likewise here!!

Pavlovthecat Wed 16-Jul-08 16:44:34

I am very dumb.

I just jinxed myself. It too less than a minute after posting for me to hear...



Pavlovthecat Wed 16-Jul-08 16:45:36

meg - odd isn't it? The weather? full moon or something?

She has gone quiet, which means she is probably up to no good. I will at least make a cup of coffee before going to get her.

megcleary Wed 16-Jul-08 16:45:52

am waiting...........

megcleary Wed 16-Jul-08 16:47:21

dd was poorly last night so not suprised still am toying with waking her as don't want sleep cycle reversed

Pavlovthecat Wed 16-Jul-08 17:23:26

That was my thinking meg - did not want her to sleep so long she wont sleep this evening.

She woke up insisting on watching Curious george, which is typical as I have no idea where dvd is! She just kept saying 'morning mummy. George? Findit, findit, mummy, findit, morning noddy, not noddy morning. find george?' In a sweet sleepy manner!

Nothing else would do, until she saw Nemo. 'Nemo mummy, nemo on?'

I think she is sickening for something as she is usually full of beans after a good nap, and her throat has been sounding a bit croaky last two days. No fever though and no other symptoms, so just a bug same as mummy!

megcleary Wed 16-Jul-08 17:26:21

dd still asleep and after last nights chucking up and food phobia today i am just going to let her sleep it off may reget it but have never had this before she is 10 mo

Pavlovthecat Wed 16-Jul-08 17:29:00

Yes you should do. And if she stays up a little later this evening, as she is ill, it wont effect her normal routine too much. Or you might find she goes to bed as normal anyway.

When DD is poorly like this, I usually keep her up and have quiet time, books and soft music if she wont sleep after a long nap.

I hope she feels better soon smile

megcleary Wed 16-Jul-08 17:38:08

am worried about her but have to giggle at some of the amazing wind she is passing!!

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: