He has a hooded towel that looks like a frog, and this week after bath time he will only do the rest of the bedtime routine if I call him Mr. Froggy. It's the smoothest bedtime has been in a long time as long as I address him properly. "Time to brush your teeth, Mr. Froggy!" "Pick out some PJs, Mr. Froggy!" and he just hops right over and does what I ask. If I forget to say Mr. Froggy I get zero cooperation.
Post by BurritosAtEveryMeal on Jun 7, 2017 5:17:30 GMT -5
DS has been waking up crying every night for a few days. He says zombies are scaring him (really kid?). He was reciting a play by play of how he needs to walk himself into our room in the MOTN if he is scared.
Whispering to himself- Mama, I sad. There zombies in my room. I cry wah wah wah wah and tiptoe tiptoe tiptoe to mama's bed for night nights. Now I happy.
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