Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Noisy Pillows!

Last night Denny and I were in the bathroom getting ready for bed, and in comes Jax.  He says he's scared and wants someone to sleep with him.  I take him back to bed and tell him there is nothing to be scared of.  You see this is just one of his tatics for dragging out his bed time.  I know when he is truly scared, and when he smiles behinds his hands and says he's scared....well that's a big faker!!   When I lay him down he spins around to where his head is at the foot of the bed.  I said "turn back around and lay right."  Well that was the craziest thing he had ever heard.  He immediately says he can't sleep that way.  I had to ask why since I knew it would be an entertaining answer.  His reply "because my pillow is to noisy when I sleep."  Well that's a new one!  I've never heard of a noisy pillow, but apparently he has one.  When I checked on him again later (to make sure he was actually sleeping!) this is what I found.....

Thought I better show you how to sleep if you have a "noisy pillow."  I mean maybe you do and don't even realize it!  Maybe I will try this tonight, who knows I may sleep better without my "noisy pillow"!! 


  1. I love that picture!! All their little animals and blankets... why can't they stay little FOREVER?!

  2. I have been seeking a solution to noisy pillows for ages. They judder and creak as you breathe and move. (And, being a grandad, I've no doubt that the noises can be made to sound like voices and anything else an active imagination can create.) Houses make noises as they cool down at night, we all know that, but pillows are right next to your ear. This makes them much more powerful bringers of fear. Seek silent pillows. And if you find one, let me know.


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