Owens sleeping habits
November 7, 2006 9:32pm CST
O.k, i really need some one to help me on this one. My son who is three has been coming into my bedroom at nightime to sleep and for the life of me, i do not know how to keep him in his bed and asleep. Abit of help would be muchly appreciated as the bags under my eyes are getting bigger and i don't think i could handle sleeping on the edge of the bed for much longer!
7 Sep 07
I was gutted when lpool sold him to Madrid but to be honest we have not missed him one bit due to his injuries,im 100% certain he has lost his amazing pace he once had.So will he ever regain the form he showed at lpool or will he just be another high earner on Newcastles books.My money says hes finished,but i hope he proves me wrong,your thoughts please........
• New Zealand
20 Jan 07
Hi 211183, wonder if it is a birthday or another important date. I have two boys who are seven and five. MG and I agree that if the boys do sometimes have a nightmare, or have woken up and want some comfort they should be welcome to come to our room. We do keep a sleeping bag handy so one of them could snuggle in and feel secure. All Owen needs is a bit of space in a corner of your room for when he needs the comfort of someone nearby.