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December 12th, 2011, 04:44 AM
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Anyone else, who has never sleep talked done so now?

I got up this morning and DH was on the couch. When ever I spoke to him he was very snappy with me like I had done something wrong.
Anyway; I asked if he was mad with me and he said he was and I was like Umm why? I've not done anything?
Apparntly last night when we was in bed he asked me to move over as I was bed hogging. I apparntly looked at him (eyes open) and told him I can do what I want and it isnt upto him what I do and if I want to move, Ill move.

When he told me this I start crying, I have no recolection of this even what so ever.
I feel so bad, I never normally talk in my sleep
He has told me he is now gonna sleep on the sofa untill baby is born. I kind of get the feeling I must have said some other stuff in the past as why would a one off event make him suddenly move on the sofa?
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December 12th, 2011, 05:32 AM
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I talk in my sleep a lot, and because of this, I passed the trait to my other 2 kids, and probably this unborn baby too lol.

DH and I had a talk early ninths relationship about me sleep talkin and I warned him I wont remember and I can/do sometimes say not so nice things. So we have a rule, after our kiss goodnight, he doesn't talk to me unless I am physically out of the bed.
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December 12th, 2011, 05:43 AM
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Awww HUGS Emma!

Tell DH not to take it personally. He shouldn't be so sensitive about it, since you had no idea what you were saying.

I haven't had a sleep talking problem, but I've been drooling a lot and I don't drool.
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December 12th, 2011, 05:47 AM
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Aww! I agree, remind him not to take it personally, and that you were asleep and didn't know or mean what you were saying. Luckily, if I AM sleep talking, DH isn't telling me!
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December 12th, 2011, 06:16 AM
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I hate to laugh at this, but I have to. My DH sleep talks ALL THE TIME and says the craziest stuff. For example a few months ago, in the middle of the night, he throws the covers off and yells, "Get out of bed!" So, of course, I jump up out of a dead sleep and run into the living room. I ask what's wrong and he responds with this: " There is a giant ant on the wall." OMG!!! I was going to KILL him! Of course there was no ant, and he doesn't even remember doing it.

So, I feel for your hubby. He will be ok. Maybe make him a special dinner tonight and give him some extra love. He'll come around. He's probably just cranky from lack of sleep. {Big hugs}
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December 12th, 2011, 06:55 AM
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I have talked in my sleep since I was a child and now my kids do it too but so does dh so we have learned not to take anything personal after we go to sleep.
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December 12th, 2011, 08:19 AM
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Far as I know I haven't talked in my sleep any (snoring is a different story I snore a lot when pregnant).
But I totally feel your DH. My brothers and my boys all talk (and yell) in their sleep and it gets frustrating sometimes. Especially when you don't realize that's what they are doing.
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December 12th, 2011, 08:27 AM
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I think he must have taken it so personal because I had my eyes open so he just assumed I knew what I was on about.
I'm gonna make him a lattee and a nice dinner of pie and mashed potatoes for tea.
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December 12th, 2011, 09:03 AM
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Maybe he's hormonal too?? LOL Seriously just explain to him, and he should understand that in your sleep you can't control what you say or do. I do it a lot, have all my life, the dh just laughs anymore. But shoot, he wacked me in the eye the other night (he's a restless sleeper), so I guess we are kind of even. LOL
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December 12th, 2011, 09:26 AM
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Aww

I always hum songs I hear on TV/video games/etc without realizing it and my boyfriend told me I hum the song from the opening of Criminal Minds in my sleep. Been watching it way too much. How embarrassing
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December 12th, 2011, 11:23 AM
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That's a major bummer It drives me crazy when my husband's sleep noises wake me up but I try not to hold it against him.

On a funnier note, last night he screamed out in his sleep, as he sometimes does when he's having a bad dream. I rubbed his back until he woke up and told him he was having a bad dream and it's okay. We both drifted back to sleep before I could ask him what it was about. This morning we were emailing back and forth from work and I asked him what it was about.

He said in his dream, he came home and said "Hiiii, Everybody!!" to the cats because he didn't think I was home, and he got startled when I called out "Hi, Dr Nick!" back from another room (Simpsons reference). LOL. So it wasn't even really a scary dream.
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December 12th, 2011, 01:38 PM
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He seems to have come home from work in a better mood at least.
Its really playing on mind though - I feel so guilty

Hes def staying downstairs tonight - TBH, Its probably best so I can spread out and maybe wake with less painful hips.
I'll ask him to come back to bed tomorrow - He may also feel diffrently after a good night sleep (He finds out sofa super comfy to sleep on lol)
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December 12th, 2011, 04:27 PM
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I hate to laugh at this, but I have to. My DH sleep talks ALL THE TIME and says the craziest stuff. For example a few months ago, in the middle of the night, he throws the covers off and yells, "Get out of bed!" So, of course, I jump up out of a dead sleep and run into the living room. I ask what's wrong and he responds with this: " There is a giant ant on the wall." OMG!!! I was going to KILL him! Of course there was no ant, and he doesn't even remember doing it.

So, I feel for your hubby. He will be ok. Maybe make him a special dinner tonight and give him some extra love. He'll come around. He's probably just cranky from lack of sleep. {Big hugs}
OMG, that's freaking hilarious!!!! And Emma, I hate to laugh, but that is funny!! Even funnier than what you said is that he got so upset about it! LOL
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December 12th, 2011, 06:05 PM
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I don't see why he's taking it so personally, but hopefully he is over it by now.
I don't talk in my sleep, that I know of...DF doesn't really either though there have been times I'll 'wake him up' and ask him to move over, and he'll say "what, yeah ok" and not move one inch...he never believes this happens the next day.
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