Ashley from Cherished Bliss made me laugh out loud with her comment on Tuesday's post. If you missed her story, you should totally go back and read it. Sooo funny!
I can totally see Patrick and me doing the same thing. Once, probably less than a week after bringing Madison home, I (partially) woke up after dreaming about feeding her. She was asleep in her bassinet, but I knew I needed to burp her because she had "just eaten". I was afraid to pick her up because I was so tired I thought I might drop her, so instead I shook Patrick awake and frantically whispered to him that he needed to "burp the baby". Ha! I didn't even use her name; she was just "the baby".
Patrick stumbled around the bed to Madison's bassinet, started to reach in to pick her up, then realized he was about to pick up a sleeping newborn. Something about that didn't seem quite right to him. He stood there, confused, then finally asked me, "Why do I need to burp her? She's sleeping." I told him very emphatically that she needed to burp because she had just eaten. He asked why I didn't burp her before I put her down, and I, very irritated at this point, pointed out that she had been in her bassinet for two hours, so how was I supposed to burp her?
At this point, Patrick's brain was almost up to 75% power, so he was able to see what was wrong with my reasoning. I, however, needed a bit of an explanation before I could go back to sleep.
What's the craziest thing you or your loved ones have done in your/their sleep state?