Alarm Clocks

My concept of alarm clocks has greatly changed over the years.  When I was in high school my father would wake my sisters and me up for school.  When I became an adult my trusty clock radio woke me up to music.  Now, I have my own personal alarm system.  No need to set it each night!

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Do you use an alarm clock??

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15 Responses to Alarm Clocks

  1. sillyliss says:

    Oh, man, you posted this at the exact right moment. For the past three days, Sidrah has been waking me up between 5 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. And screaming, at the top of her lungs, for a long time. She refuses to be comforted. She just screams. Oh my word.

  2. Christephi says:

    Better than when you’re pregnant and your bladder wakes you up…every hour. LOL!

    I don’t use an alarm clock anymore either. The kids do just fine…and we never have to go anywhere, so our at-home schedule is pretty laid back.

  3. Valerie says:

    My current alarm clock went off from 1:00-1:45 am last night! “It” didn’t want to stop playing with me and daddy! lol

  4. Haven’t needed an alarm clock for the last 7 1/2 years thanks to my 3 little munchkins. I must admit that I kind of miss using one because that would mean that I actually get to sleep past 6 once in a while.

  5. No need of alarm clocks around here either 😉 This little one wakes up every night at 2:15, 3:15, then at 4:15, and finally at 6:30 (must be something wrong with the settings of this alarm clock) ha!ha! 🙂 read your post to my mom, we were both laughing because it’s so true!

  6. I need an alarm clock for when I get up for work, but trust me, my daughter will get me up at that same time on the weekends! 😉 I have one of those nature sounds clocks, because I have to have white noise to sleep to. My dog knows exactly what happens when he hears those happy little birds chirping-it’s time to get up and go out to pee!

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