Do your children sleepwalk?

@not4me (1711)
United States
January 20, 2007 12:27am CST
If so, what are your funniest stories about this? I caught my daughter trying to pee in the fridge about a month ago. I rushed her to the toilet after hearing the ruckus in the kitchen but she never woke up and didn't remember it the next day. She sleepwalks quite frequently.
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@abakers (72)
• United States
20 Jan 07
I got up one night and my 4 year old son was standing in front of the TV while it was on but the screen was fuzzy, I tried talking to him but he wouldn't respond. I have always heard to never touch a sleepwalker cause it can scare them. So I gently called his name several times. He never responded but within a few minutes went to the bathroom and then returned to bed. I stayed up for an hour after that to make sure he went back to sleep. It was kinda scary.
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• United States
20 Jan 07
My niece used to sleepwalk. Caught her one night going out the front door into the rain. Had to grab her and escort her back to bed. She was only eight around the time and didn't remember a thing. Actually thought I made the entire story up for laughs.
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@wiessied (646)
• United States
20 Jan 07
Glad you asked my daughter sleepwalked awhile back it was hilarious she was walking around the house ,i called her name she mubled something then went to the shower then back to her room and started to get dressed, i got her back to bed ,but she didnt remember any of it the next day,she is 6 by the way
@not4me (1711)
• United States
20 Jan 07
My daughter is 6 also. :) Am I a bad mom for finding this amusing? lol :D
@wiessied (646)
• United States
20 Jan 07
I found it quite amusing as well i must be a bad dad,lol
@Thoroughrob (11748)
• United States
20 Jan 07
Yes, my son does. When he was about 6, I had fallen asleep on the couch and about 3:30 in the morning I awoke, with him standing over me ready to take a leak. I am so glad I woke up. That would have been one rude awakening!! lol
@not4me (1711)
• United States
21 Jan 07
Good catch! lol :)
@seamonkey (1979)
• Ireland
7 Mar 07
No, mine don't. There is a hostory of it i=on both sides of the family so I thought at least one of them would but it has never been the case. They do sleep talk, however.
@agusfebi (813)
• Indonesia
23 Jan 07
Oh that some that were amazing at the same time strange, but sorry possibly I had not seen the road child while the situation fell asleep.
@myjewel (268)
• Philippines
20 Jan 07
my cousin sleep walks and we find it very weird that she will sometimes just walk around with the blankets with her and then she will sleep again and wake up the next day having no idea of what happened.