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GranToAirMissiles Fri 28-Sep-12 00:19:37

How would you keep your arms warm? Sweater, bedjacket or slanket?

BunnyLebowski Fri 28-Sep-12 00:22:33

Leg warmers.

GranToAirMissiles Fri 28-Sep-12 00:25:35

Forgot to mention that I sleep naked, in case it's relevant.

shrimponastick Fri 28-Sep-12 00:27:07

I tend to just get as much upper body wrapped in duvet as possible.

imperialstateknickers Fri 28-Sep-12 00:30:01

Fleecy dressing gown but WRONG WAY ROUND! Thus avoiding bulk behind and keeping chest snuggly warm.

Also electric blanket.

I'm pathetic aren't I?

Shodan Fri 28-Sep-12 00:34:55

You need one of these grin

GranToAirMissiles Sat 29-Sep-12 00:43:54

Thanks, Shodan. Got one of these

BackforGood Sat 29-Sep-12 00:48:52

I thought this was going to be about what to do when you knew your children were reading after you'd told them it was sleeptime grin

imperialstateknickers Sat 29-Sep-12 00:52:22

That one's easy BackForGood. You go in there and switch the light off while making grumpy noises involving 'no pudding for a week if I see it go back on'.

BackforGood Sat 29-Sep-12 00:55:50

whilst secretly being quite pleased they are such avid readers wink

vvviola Sat 29-Sep-12 00:57:04

and ignoring the torch they have stashed under the covers (thanks Mum grin)

SummerRain Sat 29-Sep-12 00:59:53

I sometimes forget that I've told dd she can read in bed until she comes down at 11pm asking 'Am I supposed to turn my light off mommy' blush

I mostly sleep naked too and if my arms get chilly i just pull a long sleeved top on, takes 2 seconds to pull off again when I lie down.

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