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  1. Hahahahahahahaha!
    My two year old falls out of bed occasionally, but he immediately follows up with lusty roars of outrage. He seems to regard himself as the victim of a prank pulled by a devious and underhanded universe. I assure him that gravity has benefits he doesn’t fully appreciate yet and tuck him back in.

  2. The first time my daughter fell out of bed I thought someone had broken in to our house too! She didn’t sleep through it, she was in my bed in seconds, but it did scare me half out of my mind when I heard the gigantic thud.

  3. When I was very young, I use to fall out of bed (both at home and grandparents) and sleep right through. The family was always amazed that I never woke up. Now I live in a large old English Arts and Crafts house in a wooded setting. Pretty well isolated (kids love this house for Halloween). This is my first house isolated like this, and for some reason I feel pretty safe alone at night. I do leave multiple lights on in the house, different floors The out buildings and guest cottage lights are on timers. Looks like there are several people here. I also have lights at all my doors. I feel safer here than at any of my other houses, even ones with neighbors right next door.
    Thanks for the Old Dark House movie reminder. I haven’t seen it in ages. Some afternoon I’ll watch it. I never watch scary stuff at night.

  4. heeheeheehee too funny! and too true! I also hated waking up to see a child looming over me, scary! You gave me a chuckle to start my day!

  5. heeheeheehee too funny! and too true! I also hated waking up to see a child looming over me, scary! You gave me a chuckle to start my day!

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