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    I'm the restless one. I broke DHs nose a few years ago I rolled over and punched him in the face poor thing. Lol

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    I've been elbowed in the face by my husband once before. He is very restless in his sleep when he is stressed. I've kicked him in the nether regions when stretching out in my sleep.
    Worst one I've heard was a friend put her baby on the bed while she went to wash her hands in the ensuite and her husband, who had been woken up by the baby on the bed, thought the dog had jumped on the bed and he kicked the baby off the bed.

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    when we were teenagers dh spat on me whilst we were sleeping. I was so horrified and he was so embarrased he said he was dreaming walking down the street and he spat on the footpath.

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    DH is a rough sleeper. He's busted my lip open once and has kicked me out of bed more than a few times. But the best was when he had to sleep with DD2 next to him for a few nights.

    Our little princess kicked him so hard in the crown jewels he let out a scream and I got up to find him in the floor in agony. He copped it horribly and so bad that she even managed to bruise his thigh as well. Classic.

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    DH punched me in the bum cheek while he was asleep once. It wasnt hard or anything but geez it gave me a fright He has no idea what he was dreaming about but it hasnt ever happened again!

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    I punched my then boyfriend in the face when i was in the 20's...i had taken cold/flu tablets and was having a bad dream...in my dream, he was dead...so, when he tried to wake me up cause i was thrashing about...i thought he was a zombi...and decked him

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    Once I half woke up thinking ds was falling out of bed ( I had put him back in his cot but forgot) and kept pulling dh towards me to stop him 'falling off'. In the morning dh said he thought I was trying to bf him!!!

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    Me and DP have beaten each other a few times with flalling limbs lol I will never forget hearing about my own dad though.

    Back when he was an achoholic, he would verbally abuse my step mum all night and forget about it in the morning... He would call her so may nasty names its not funny.

    When I was younger and use to sleep walk and talk I heard a few funny stories. I asked my nan once for scissors for something.

    I also heard an old friends brother needing to pee so he went into the kitchen and peed in the kitchen cupboard

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    My best friend and I use to hit each other and ace full convos with each other in our sleep and my ex DP woke me up about3 am one morning with blood nose n split lip apparently I punched him in my sleep my knuckles bruised from it lol
    My DS is a terrible sleeper it's like sleeping in a blender sharing a bed with him

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    Laughing so hard at some of these, I swear I almost peed myself.
    DH sleeps with his elbow stuck out on an angle, so I'm constantly getting it in the back, neck, head etc. I block his nose or tickle his ear to make him move away.
    DD2 though is even worse, she would climb into our bed, and she seems to nearly constantly fling her fists up next to her head. Then she'll relax, bring them back down to her sides, and then a little while later you get whacked in the face again. It's like being in a boxing match all night. She's slept like that since she was a newborn though, so not sure when she'll grow out of it - just glad she's not in my bed very often now!


 

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