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Simply Quilting
March 25th, 2014, 02:31 AM
I know that it is time for me to go to bed when I get the posting for one post put on to a different post. Hope everyone had a great day and see ya in the morning :icon_wave:

What about you? When do you know that it is for sure time that you go to bed?

bubba
March 25th, 2014, 02:32 AM
Now!!! It's time to go to bed now!!! Good night!

Kgrammiecaz
March 25th, 2014, 03:05 AM
As tired as I am these days, its always time to go to bed.

Mostly I will know when I am catching up on taped shows and I find I am only listening not watching because my eyes are closed. Yup, then its time

toggpine
March 25th, 2014, 03:33 AM
When I stare at the same thing for five minutes trying to decide what exactly I was supposed to be doing with it. The last four days outside have worn me out. I'm ready for the rain for the next week so I can catchup on the inside chores.

I do have to say this is the earliest we have ever had the veggie & fruit gardens all in shape. Now to stay on top of them. I have the flower/herb gardens to work on next. I'm tired just thinking about those.

I'm off to catch some Zzzz's

MayinJerset
March 25th, 2014, 03:50 AM
I know it's time to go to bed when I'm watching TV and hearing what everyone is saying but have no idea what is going on. Falling asleep isn't the problem, it is staying asleep. OK, Now that I'm up it's time to see what everyone has been up to today.

pcbatiks
March 25th, 2014, 04:18 AM
Hi May, I'm up again for the 3rd night in a row.

HandsomeRyan
March 25th, 2014, 04:49 AM
When Little Man falls asleep. Last night the wife and I were in bed at 7:30pm but up again since midnight.

Vonnie
March 25th, 2014, 05:26 AM
I know it's time to go to bed when I'm watching TV and hearing what everyone is saying but have no idea what is going on. Falling asleep isn't the problem, it is staying asleep. OK, Now that I'm up it's time to see what everyone has been up to today.

This is what happens to me, too. :icon_rolleyes: I'm up now because I thought I heard the doorbell. No one was out there. I guess I heard it in my dreams - whatever they were. :(

Ryan - my oldest was constantly hungry. He had to be fed every two hours around the clock. After maternity leave was over, I told everyone I was going back to work to rest. We considered him sleeping through the night at 6 months because he was sleeping 6 hours straight through! DH and I alternated nights for that 10:30 feeding. Then the second one came along and slept 7 hours straight through the first week, then 8 the next week until he was at 10 hours. Those babies really need their own set of operating instructions.

bubba
March 25th, 2014, 11:37 AM
Yikes! I was lucky w/the babies sleeping all night from the day we brought them home. The youngest, however, insisted she be fed every two hours while awake, so when you are nursing it makes for a tiring day!