Wednesday, April 30, 2008


I heard from Tommy that his baby brother wakes the whole house up in the middle of the night, so seeing that I'm getting a baby sister soon, and baby sisters are similar to baby brothers, I decided to help train my M and MM wake up in the middle of the night too. In that way, they can get used to disrupted sleep earlier.

So last night, at 3am, I started retching in the room and promptly threw up my dinner. I thought it's a bit of a waste to throw up my dinner but since I love my M and MM, a little sacrifice is nothing.

And to make sure they stay up awake longer, I told them I need to poop, badly. So my M had to bring me down for toilet break where I let out a watery blast.

But I don't think I can do this every night, I'll miss my dinner and too much pooping will strain my bum bum. Is there a better way to wake them at night without sacrificing my meals too much?


Girl Girl Hamster said...

Woh you sure are pawsome to train your pawrents like this. How about you wake up at 3am to cry/whine? That sounds like good training too

~ Girl girl

Maggie & Mitch said...

We have a suggestion, Helios! Get an orange bad Cuz and squeeze it right next to their heads and they'll fly out of bed holding their ears! Hope this helps,

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Pippa said...

How about going to jump on top of them?

Joe Stains said...

omdog, good job training the parents! I think that you might definitely miss your dinner if you don't keep it down!

Amber-Mae said...

Oh wow, good job! I bet the whole room smelled like vomit after that. Hee! What about breaking things in their room or maybe jump up & down their bed again & again till they wake. It's good exercise for you too but then again, that will make you barf some more. BOL!

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

The Brat Pack said...

Just try dry heaving and fake the poop part...they'll never know!


Sami said...

You are being so thoughful getting ready for the new arrival!
Keep up the good work Helios!

Kisses & Licks,

Cubby said...

You are so thoughtful and helpful! You're going to be a great brother with that attitude!

Do you have jingly tags? Try scratching your neck or flapping your ears. The jingly sound will do the trick.


Hey Helios how much longer before yours baby sister will be here. Do you have enough time to train your pawrents before she comes.

Me and the Mommy love babies so we can't wait to see her.