So, I haven’t posted about the hubs’ sleep talking in awhile. We have been just a little busy, with Christmas and school and work and, you know, having a baby and all of that.
We are all adjusting quite well. I actually don’t think that the dog has even acknowledged that the munchkin is here: she just ignores him. However, the hubs has been sleep talking less, perhaps because he is sleeping less due to the baby.
We have the munchkin sleeping in his bassinet in our room right now; it works well for feeding and changing him at night. It kind of bothers me, however, that the hubs does not wake up when the baby does. At all. He could be screaming his tiny lungs out and the hubs does not even turn over. I find this to be especially irksome because I wake up when the baby even has the slightest turn of his cute little head, or sighs loudly, or gives a little squeak in his sleep.
Honestly, though, we are both sleeping decently well, as the munchkin is a pretty good sleeper. For a baby, at least. However, this past week he had a couple days where he was not sleeping quite as well. So, I set up the white noise machine to try to help him fall asleep more quickly. The first night I was going to use it, the hubs had already gone to sleep while I fed the munchkin and got him ready for bed. I went into the bedroom and turned on the white noise machine, and it began to “whir” softly.
I got the munchkin settled in his bassinet, when suddenly the hubs sat up.
Hubs: What is that?!?
I figured he was sleep talking so I just ignored him while I climbed in bed.
Hubs: Hon… do you hear that?
I just stared at him, thankful he was talking now and not later in the night and waking me up.
Hubs: What is it? Something’s wrong!
Me: Are you awake?
Hubs: Yes, I’m awake! Don’t you hear that loud machine? Is something turned on?
Me: Umm, do you mean the white noise machine? Did the white noise machine actually wake you up?!?
Hubs: Oh, is that what it is? I was really concerned.
Then he rolled over and went right back to sleep. And several hours later when the baby woke up wailing, many decibels louder than the white noise machine, the hubs did not even stir. Now that’s talent.