do your kids talk in there sleep?

United States
February 20, 2008 11:19am CST
My three year old She is always yelling at her little brother. Just about every night she is yelling at him to stop or give it back. I have to go in her room just about every night just to make sure she is just talking in her sleep. It is kind of funny.
2 responses
@gemini_rose (16193)
20 Feb 08
My two year old does the exact same thing! She will scream in her sleep for her brother aaron to stop it, or she will say its mine and I mean she proper sounds cross in her sleep. It is funny because it sounds like she is awake but she is not. She does it nearly every night.
@aminion (130)
• Canada
20 Feb 08
I too have a child that takes in his sleep he has done it since he was younge. Most of the time I can't understand what he is saying but I don't think there is anything to worry about. I also talk in my sleep and have on occasion when I was younger been known to sleep walk. I found that if I have a regular routin before getting into bed. Wash my face, brush my teeth ect. exactly the same every night and get under the covers, I stay in bed. Your child will probably not grow out of it. My parents said they loved it because if they waited till I was asleep I would tell them everything I had been doing during the day. Good and bad.... Does your daughter wake your son up when she is yelling or does he sleep through this? Never wake her up because she doesn't even know she is doing this. It will be a funny story for her boyfriends when she grows uplol
• United States
20 Feb 08
No she does not wake him up, thankfully. I don't wake her up it is kind of funny because she does not remeber it in the morning.
@lilybug (21148)
• United States
20 Feb 08
My son kind of mumbles in his sleep sometimes, but you really cannot make out what he is saying. It is never very loud either, so it does not really get my attention too often unless I am walking past the bedroom.
• United States
21 Feb 08
Last night she was SCREAMING bubby no give it back i am telling mama. I just started laughing