When we sleep, we spread bedding on "tatami"( It is a mat on the floor in a Japanese -style room) and we lie down side by side.
Our sleeping position resembles to that of the kanji character which word is "river" (" 川" in Kanji).
Recently we lie down in this order.
(My 5-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter sometimes start quarreling about who lies next to me or my husband.)
But it was like this at 12:30am.
I was surprised because she usually sleeps without changing her sleeping position.
I turned her into a straight position and slept again.
Two hours later, I woke up again because my son put his legs under my legs.
He does this every night.
I turned him into a straight position and covered him with a futon (quilt) again and slept again.
One and a half hours later, I happened to wake up again seeing my son's head-butting.
Early this morning (4:00am), I cannot go back to sleep and end up writing this article.
Were you able to think why we don't sleep in a separate room for us to get a good sleep?
I should say, it's because this is our family's ordinary customs!
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