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user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
19th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:</b>" One time I woke up to my husband going, "Ohhhh, Virginia!" My name is Christan. Virginia is a girl he ... [snip!] ... nothing to it. Hell, we all have dreams like that sometimes! It still took me a minute to stop being butt-hurt over it! Lol. "</blockquote>




One time, I woke up to my now husband crying. He asked me when I was sleeping, do I love him? Yes. Do I want to marry him? Yes. Do I want to have his babies? Yes. What's my name? ---- insert wrong name here---- I woke up to him yelling at me and crying hysterically. I was like this is not fair. I was sleeping.... Ugh. He was upset with me for days. Finally his best friend talked to him. :/ he has never done that again.

Princess Celestia +1 1 child; Tallahassee, Florida 3635 posts
19th Mar '13

Oh my god, I am so glad Josh isn't the only one who does this :lol:

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:</b>" One time I woke up to my husband ... [snip!] ... I was sleeping.... Ugh. He was upset with me for days. Finally his best friend talked to him. :/ he has never done that again."


Awh man! LOL. You can't hold it against a sleeping person when they don't know!

Andi+Andy=Marley+1 2 kids; Fredericksburg, Virginia 4564 posts
19th Mar '13

DH talks in his sleep. We once had a whole conversation on how he need to move a mountian so the cars could get through. Lol

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
19th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:</b>" Awh man! LOL. You can't hold it against a sleeping person when they don't know! "</blockquote>



A least you know that. You're rational lol

♥Simply Whitney♥ TTC since Dec 2012; 1 child; Australia 932 posts
19th Mar '13

My favorite conversation between my husband and I in his sleep...



Husband: You need more money and so does your mom...
Me: You need more money too. Do you want me to work the corner for some money?
Husband: Just don't pull your pants down the whole way.



Haha! I seriously died laughing when he said that. He talks in his sleep all the time. I even ask him to sing to me and he will!I love it!

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Tavin's Mommy:" My favorite conversation between my husband and I in his sleep... Husband: You need more money and so ... [snip!] ... died laughing when he said that. He talks in his sleep all the time. I even ask him to sing to me and he will!I love it!"


OH MY GOSH. I'm dying. It's okay if they are only half-down! Hahahaha.

Mrs. Sherwood TTC since Jun 2013; 16 kids; Mesa, Arizona 3391 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:" My husband is like.. the weirdest sleeper ever. He is constantly talking in his sleep and doing weird ... [snip!] ... like that?? Or your husbands?? Much like this, I can have an entire conversation with him in his sleep and he'll never know. "


Not anymore, but when I was first in my car accident I needed literally around-the-clock medication (every two hours), and I couldn't feed myself, go to the bathroom myself, or move by myself at all. He had to inject me three times a day with Lovenox because my movement was so limited. He was also working night shifts. Sometimes, I would ask him for food and it would take him like 20 minutes to realize where he was. He would start talking to me as if I was a business client at his office. It was bizarre. Once he started getting more sleep, he was totally normal about it. He never does it now, thankfully :lol:
It could be from lack of sleep, that's what it was for DH. Hopefully it gets better. And I wouldn't take anything he says when he first wakes up seriously. He's probably still half asleep, and he would have no idea what he's even saying if that's the case.

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Sherwood:" Not anymore, but when I was first in my car accident I needed literally around-the-clock medication ... [snip!] ... first wakes up seriously. He's probably still half asleep, and he would have no idea what he's even saying if that's the case."


Well, he does it all the time, but lack of sleep does make it worse! When my son was born, we were both exhausted. One night, I was feeding him and DH got out of bed and started walking out the door with his hands carefully cupped out in front of him. I was like "Honey, where are you going?" and he goes "To throw this away." I said, "to throw what away??" He got mad and goes, "I have to go throw away my dream trash! UGH!" Then he stopped suddenly and was like, "Wait. It's dream trash. That means its not real..." And got back in bed. Lol. He's crazy when he's sleep deprived!

Mrs. Sherwood TTC since Jun 2013; 16 kids; Mesa, Arizona 3391 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:" Well, he does it all the time, but lack of sleep does make it worse! When my son was born, we were both ... [snip!] ... was like, "Wait. It's dream trash. That means its not real..." And got back in bed. Lol. He's crazy when he's sleep deprived! "


Hahaha! I've had waking nightmares before, that I haven't remembered the next day. Once, DH told me I woke up screaming about aliens and that there was a "light on the wall" where the aliens were coming to get us, lmfao! Another time, I got up (in my sleep), to turn on the light. When he asked me why, I said "because there are hammers on the ceiling" :lol:
For me, it happened when I was stressed, so maybe that's a factor as well?

♥Simply Whitney♥ TTC since Dec 2012; 1 child; Australia 932 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Asher and Haddie's Mommy:" OH MY GOSH. I'm dying. It's okay if they are only half-down! Hahahaha. "


Ha. Yeah... I still die laughing every time I think about it. The worst in when we're laying in bed chatting and he falls asleep while we're talking... Then he starts saying things that have nothing to do with what we're talking about.
Drives me nuts!

Kimmy Gibbler 2 kids; Grapevine, Texas 8039 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs. Sherwood:" Hahaha! I've had waking nightmares before, that I haven't remembered the next day. Once, DH told me ... [snip!] ... "because there are hammers on the ceiling" :lol: For me, it happened when I was stressed, so maybe that's a factor as well?"

He doesn't really get stressed much. I'm the one who stresses out. I just don't think he gets proper sleep. Like, he swears that he is totally fine with only 4-6 hours a night. But he falls asleep in an instant. Like, head-meet-pillow and he's out AND already dreaming. It's like he immediately goes to REM, which makes me think that his sleep patterns don't cycle the way they should!

Belle. TTC #2 TTC since Oct 2013; 1 child; Alberta 3448 posts
20th Mar '13

All the time!! Most the time it's just gibberish but sometimes it's full on sentences. One time he bolted up and stared at me and said "they are always watching you. Don't forget it" creeeepiest f**king thing in my life. I never slept all night.

MyPurrrtyBabies 3 kids; Alabama 8386 posts
20th Mar '13

DH has worked in restaurants and only (mexican) restaurants for nearly 10 years. I have heard him say things like "beef taco salad, no sourcream" or "chips & salsa is not here" LOLzzz, and that's not even half of it.



He has had too much time working in restaurants.

* Kat * 2 kids; Okinawa, Japan 373 posts
20th Mar '13

Mine says weird stuff. My son does it too. They just talk about random stuff.



I dated a guy before my husband, and he would talk like ... Russian in his sleep? Couldn't speak a foreign language awake, but it sounded no shit like he was talking Russian.