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  1. Daveo2006

    Daveo2006 Read Only Funster

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    I just asked my lad who we collected from uni today and is home until Sept/Oct, " what time do you go to bed these days Charlie?" he replied "Ooooooooh maybe 3/4 o'clock,depends if i can sleep," Bloody fantastic,i suppose im gonna be hearing bumps in the night until he readjusts.One things for sure,i need to hide all my stuff (goodies):shout::shout:
     
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    he needs to be careful his body clock doesnt call this his new normal xxxx

    our son has a sleep disorder, but once yours finishes college he may find it hard to change xxxx
     
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    its possible, as a student, he'll have his own stash of 'stuff' :Wink::Laughing:
     
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    Im off to bed now, must remember to wake Charlie at 05.30 hrs. I will have him back to my sleep pattern in no time.:Rofl1:
     
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    and to top it off his brother is home next week too ,hes had such a hard time partying at uni that hes booked himself in for 2 months in Thailand/Cambodia etc.poor little love eh ?:Eeek:
     
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    You will find as I did, whilst they are away you don't worry, when they are home you can't get to sleep at night worrying about them getting home or if they have an interim job, will they get up in time:Doh:
     
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    Didn't think you would be doing that again did you? Last time your were bed training him was probably around 20 odd years ago :Rofl1:

    You'll have to rib him - tell him how it is like the old days again.:thumb:

    At least you know he is working hard at Uni.
     
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    These youngsters are a new breed aren't they. They go clubbing at midnight and think nothing of getting home at 7 am:Eeek:

    My student days were rather different. We didn't go clubbing and if we weren't drunk and asleep by midnight then we must have stayed in.:BigGrin:
     
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    Thing is, back then you could do that and be up for the morning...........as you get older, however, your body has different ideas!!

    I guess that what age is really - your body slowly takes over until one day when you are in your eighties or nineties your body is doing exactly what it wants, when it wants and you have no control over it at all!:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    My son who finished uni last year has just emailed to tell me he spent most of his weekend playing a Star Trek game :Eek!:
     

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