Thursday, August 14, 2008

you might want to put your clothes on...

The other night as I lay curled in post coital bliss Dr Normal stroked my hair and told me that I might want to put my clothes on...

Sigh.

He stood up and went to the bathroom and listening to the sound of the water running in the sink I dozed off letting the thick night air cloud my mind as I drifted off into the world of sleep. I knew I needed to pull myself out of my warm cozy nest, that I needed to roll over and throw on my t-shirt and undies.

All I could think though, is that this is the one part of my life that being a parent has not improved.

Sigh.

My name is Cami and I miss being a naked sleeper...

11 comments:

thebeerbitch said...

That's why I don't have kids.

Kimberly said...

Oh. My. Yes.

sybil law said...

Well, K is a girl, so it's not too big a deal if she sees you naked. I mean, I've done it, and just say I got hot.
Haha

Smilf said...

HA HA! Reason #4892347 to not have children. :) Something so liberating about nekked sleeping.

holly said...

i'm very confused.

am i supposed to be wearing pajamas now? it's not winter yet!

flutter said...

I was going to say that you could come sleep naked at my house, but that like, sounded really kinky.

Oh crap, I just said it anyway, didn't I?

Bubblewench said...

that is why i don't have kids either... If I fall asleep with clothes on, somehow they are on the floor by the time i wake up.

Jo Beaufoix said...

I say do what Sybil says babe. Then you can be comfy, and K can be comfy with you being comfy.

hotmamamia said...

This calls for a story:
My personal summers began about three years ago and that was when I started sleeping sans clothing (My KIDS were already 21 and 24). The Saturday after Thanksgiving had my house filled cause everyone wanted to be home for the holiday. At 3 AM the smoke detectors went off and NO SHIT, the house was on fire.

Well, there I was, mid-life bewbies flappin in the breeze and grey woohoo all out there...I met my 21 year old son and 24 year old daughter in the hallway in all my glory....scarred them for life :)
No, actually, it was rather hilarious and once we all got out of the house and finished watching it burn, we could actually laugh about it.

So, no sweating (pun intended) the clothes...everyone survives!

p.s. Haven't visited for a while but I LOVE your new banner!

angel said...

ah yes... and i have had that back for a while now.
:D

The Holmes said...

Ah, no doubt. I have boys, so not too big a deal for me, but we also have my wife's elderly aunt living with us, so I just rule out the possibility all together.