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post #31 of 45
DH mostly farts in his sleep. Often it's a fart then a giggle.
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Doesn't everybody???
That is what my DH does. I apparently snore , I used to sleep walk, one night my Dh heard the door open, there I was in my nighty, walking toward the street in the snow, when I was a little girl , my mom found me sweeping the floor, I had forgotten to do it at suppertime.
post #32 of 45
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I lived with a vet, and learned how to say "I surrender!" in Vietnamese (sounds like "Chew hoy") - when he'd attack me in his sleep, I'd say it and he'd back right off! ...Sometimes I had to say it from the floor, though. After several months of this, I started to feel a little like a vet, myself. Poor man.
Hmmmm - interesting I'll have to try that sometime!

post #33 of 45
Oh my, these are some interesting experiences!

Jake doesn't really do anything, there just has been one instance when he grabbed me and held me down on the bed - he said that the bed was tilting and he wanted to stop me from falling off.

I am the one that has the night terrors and does all the weird stuff. I have often jumped up and stood on the bed because of snakes by the side of the bed.

Jake said that he has seen me sit up and just sit there staring into space or looking for something around me.

I also sleepwalk sometimes.

I remember my younger brother getting up in the middle of the night and start preparing bacon and eggs. I asked him what he was doing and he walked back to bed. He was about 10 years old!
post #34 of 45
I have been accused of giggling and talking in my sleep not only by my hubby but by numerous gradeschool friends. Mom also said that I could carry on complete conversations while fast asleep.

Twice since we have been married, in the middle of the night, I have been awakened to the most high pitched shrieking that I could imagine possible. Hubby would be shrieking at the top of his lungs and I would literally have to smack him until he woke up. I swear every hair on my head was standing straight up and there was no sleeping for me the rest of the night. He would just roll over and be fast asleep in a second though.
post #35 of 45
Great thread!!! My Bf had barked in his sleep in a very girly yap dog type way rrrrruff he said. Sometimes he talks in his sleep. I sing in my sleep sometimes. I slapy him real hard in my sleep a few years ago, I think I woke up before he did from it though. Other then that he's asked random questions...
post #36 of 45
Earlier tonight I went back through this thread and B has taken to "reading" over my shoulder when I'm on TCS.

Anyhoo, I was in this thread and he started to read it and said "OH NO!! You better NOT respond to that thread"

No, not tonight sweety, I already did....two days ago
post #37 of 45
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Originally Posted by lunasmom View Post
Earlier tonight I went back through this thread and B has taken to "reading" over my shoulder when I'm on TCS.

Anyhoo, I was in this thread and he started to read it and said "OH NO!! You better NOT respond to that thread"

No, not tonight sweety, I already did....two days ago
good one
post #38 of 45
I have a friend that when we were growing up every single night she would get up, use the bathroom and then brush her teeth. EVERY SINGE NIGHT! I bet she has good teeth today. I ought to ask her.
post #39 of 45
My husband has been known to laugh in his sleep. He'll mumble something, laugh, and go back to his light snoring.

He told me the other night he woke up laughing. lol

I didn't tell him about the time *I* woke myself up laughing. heehee
post #40 of 45
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Originally Posted by lunasmom View Post
Earlier tonight I went back through this thread and B has taken to "reading" over my shoulder when I'm on TCS.

Anyhoo, I was in this thread and he started to read it and said "OH NO!! You better NOT respond to that thread"

No, not tonight sweety, I already did....two days ago
My boyfriend doesn't know I started this thread.
post #41 of 45
Just last night I felt like I couldn't breath in my dreams. My husband said that I was gasping for air when he was getting up in the morning and woke me up. I've never had lung problems before and I don't now but it still freaked both of us out.
post #42 of 45
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Just last night I felt like I couldn't breath in my dreams. My husband said that I was gasping for air when he was getting up in the morning and woke me up. I've never had lung problems before and I don't now but it still freaked both of us out.
If that happens more in the future, please go get checked for sleep apnea.
post #43 of 45
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If that happens more in the future, please go get checked for sleep apnea.
I looked into that but this was just a one time thing and it was probably just part of the dream experience. We joked that maybe one of the kitties was laying on me earlier, most likely 'big ol fat butt' Tiger.
post #44 of 45
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My husband bends his legs up when he sleeps on his back. No idea how he can sleep like that, I would be incredibly stiff and sore in the morning. When he sleeps on his side he likes to draw his knees up and shove them right into my back this wakes me up so I shove him over or not so nicely wake him up. Imagine what you'd say to someone forcefully kneeing you...
He also makes the occasional weird "uhh" or "ahh" type noise in his sleep, and of course snores.
I used to sleep like you DH. Actually, my mother said I was doing that the other day. It usually happens in the morning just before I wake up.

My Dh "hmmmmmmmmmm's", snores & shakes in his sleep. Apparently it's a family trait. His father and brother also shake in their sleep. Occasionally I will get a knee forcefully in the back. The hmmmm and snoring is all night long. If I have trouble sleeping I wake him with a forceful roll and try to fall asleep before him.

We can't go to sleep together or I giggle for 15 minutes.

I have been known to grind my teeth.
post #45 of 45
Not many sounds made here at all, no snoring or anything. My husband will sometimes talk in his sleep, not very often at all though, so I love it when it happens. And it is only a few short words, most of the time they are really funny and not that clear.

I used to sleep walk.
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