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  • Over time we developed a strict routine before bed so Stella would know to get ready for sleepy-time.

    David Serchuk: Parenting: Everybody Has A Plan

  • They know the moment their eyelids drag themselves down, down, down into sleepy-time, mum and dad open the door to the chocolate fairy.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Still, I suspect that the most widely reread writers in English have been Dickens, Shakespeare, and Jane Austen — hardly a month goes by without my revisiting one of them — who combine the sleepy-time comforts of story and character with all the challenge and complexity, the inexhaustible newness, that anyone could ask for.

    Now, Read it Again

  • Children of all ages welcome -- there will be bobbing for apples, quidditch-stick designing, and a 'sleepy-time' room for kids whose parents who want to stay late.


  • It was much easier to off a marauding werewolf with silver bullets than to find a vampires sleepy-time lair, dig him or her up by night, and then do the stake routine.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Must jus conf… confisk…. take away dis toy for sleepy-time

    just when you thought it was safe - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I'll guarantee you that if you give us sleepy-time again, that you'll be back down here.

    YesButNoButYes: Haterade's Idol Thoughts - 3/18/08

  • "Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!" is already bound to join the ranks of such other bedtime classics as "10 Minutes to Bedtime", by Peggy Rathmann and Lauren Child's, "I Am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go To Bed" in the pantheon of sleepy-time literature.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Give a ‘sleepy-time’ feeding right when YOU go to bed.

    The Gallagher Guide To The Baby Years

  • "A sleepy-time song-haven't you ever had a lullaby?"

    The Sound of Thunder


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