You know that thing in your room, the comfy thing with the mattress, the flannel doggie sheets, the quilt, and all your special animals and blankies? The thing that's blue because it's your favorite color? The thing that has a trundle below for sleepovers? It's called a bed. YOUR BED.
And you know that big thing in Mommy and Daddy's room that doesn't have stuffed animals or baby blankies and it's kind of hard to crawl up on, yeah that's OUR BED.
Your bed, blue.
Our bed, well, ours.
And you know how you get all cranky in the afternoon because even though you went into your room for nap-time you didn't sleep? There's a reason for nap-time. It's to nap. And then, when we want to go somewhere in the evening you do this funny thing called falling asleep wherever the heck we go. Yeah, well, that probably wouldn't happen if you napped.
And maybe you wouldn't be so cranky if you actually stayed in your own room at night in that bed thing, your bed. Kicking the crap out of Mommy and Daddy at night might be fun for you, but when Mommy wakes up with a bloody lip at 3 am (bad week for lips) from getting sucker-kicked by jammy feet, it's not very funny.
Let's review buddy because maybe these are some big words for you:
BED (like yours) and NAP (like at nap-time)
(Your) BED at night + NAPping during the afternoon = Many Glorious Days in Heaven (for me, of course).
Okay, ready for the test? Yes or no? The following places are where you should sleep: