• http://www.sistersfromanothermister.com Nicole Morgan

    Sleep is for the weak …
    Had to share a bed with my youngest last week and realised two years of being single has made me less tolerant of the sound of breathing. On the upside, perhaps when eventually sharing a bed with ‘someone’ after two years of being single – sleeping may not be a priority. Just saying. ;)

  • issascrazyworld

    I completely understand this. I don’t even like sleeping in the same room as mine. They all talk in their sleep. We won’t even discuss all the long limbs that flail. I am just so not that co-sleeping mom. Not. At. All.

  • Rachel Sea

    Why is extended swaddling not a thing? If you could just put them in straitjackets swaddlers through elementary school then sharing a bed wouldn’t be an adventure in dodging sleepytime assaults.

  • Raquel

    Wait–is that the rodent you caught with your mouth?

  • http://bravissimi.blogspot.com jess crawford!

    I share a bed with my sister when I visit. She has the exact same sleeping antics as Marlo. She is 29.

  • Teal

    Is that rodent looking thing supposed to be a squirrel? That is NOT a squirrel. Here in the Midwest, we’ve got some real, fluffy-tailed squirrels!

  • Bob

    I can share a bed with my son but he snores so loudly it’s like lumberjacks having a chainsaw competition. He also believes the covers belong only to him.

  • Meg

    I would sleep on the floor in hotels on vacation because sharing a bed with my younger (taller) brother meant being kicked off of the bed onto the floor anyway. Now, I just have the dog who will wake me up so I sit up so she can steal the pillow.

  • Jessica

    We’re taking our girls on our first family “vacation” this weekend (yes, only a weekend). They’re 3 and 1. So excited! And I love reading about your adventures!

  • Heather Armstrong

    Yes. It was delicious.

  • Becky

    BRAVO mom!
    p.s. Holy shit…Leta ate a BRAT !!!
    p.p.s. gross

  • Casey

    I have the exact same problem and absolutely refuse to sleep with any of my three children. We purchased a travel cot, which I thought I would be sleeping on most of the time. However, my kids love it and fight over who gets to sleep on it in hotel rooms. My sister (who is 31) also chooses to sleep on it whenever she visits. It’s made my life easier and my travels with kids less cranky. http://www.amazon.com/Folding-Military-Camp-Extra-Large/dp/B003NY5PD2/ref=sr_1_15?ie=UTF8&qid=1406728090&sr=8-15&keywords=portable+cot

  • Jen Moore

    OMG I feel your pain……….