-- a little update --- At last, last night Aiman did not move from his room. Hopefully this will maintain for ever... hehehe....
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The new bed arrived last Thursday. Aiman and Erina were very excited. Both of them keep climbing the stairs even nafter several stern warnings from hubby and me. That night, as usual, Aiman fall asleep in front of tv. So hubby lifted him to the new bed. Erina fall asleep on her new bed because she still excited with the new dinosaur sheet. Oh by the way, we managed to get three bed sheets of Studio One at 70% discount. Very worth purchase. hehehe at times like this, the economy is not quite bullish, purchase at a very good discounted prices is very welcomed. Then later at night, I think around 3 to 4 am, I felt something at my leg, I opened up my eyes and there I saw Aiman sleeping under my leg. So I moved him to lie beside me but then when I woke up at 6 am, he already moved to his usual place, on the mattress on the floor. Last night, it happened again. He moved back to my room in the middle of the night to his usual place of the mattress on the floor. I guess we have to keep tryi
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When I got married, my husband and I lived at my parents house for almost 3 years. When we got Aiman, we share the bed with him. Aiman slept in the middle. Then when Erina arrived, Aiman slept on the mattress on the floor and Erina slept in between hubby and myself. I always pity Aiman for have to slept on the floor, he did not mind but as a mother, I only want the best for him. When we moved to our house, the arrangement stays as that. Last night, hubby make a surprise by buying Aiman a bed. A double decker bed with extra mattress. At first Aiman was excited choosing the bed, but when the decision time, he seem a bit down. At home, I tried to coax him to be happy with the new bed. But he still look sad. After a few questions, he explained his misery that he will sleep alone and hubby and me will still sleep with Erina. At 4 years old he is able to feel being alone or left out. He make me feel sad and 'terharu' because he has grown up emotionally.