Enjoy Some Pillow Talk


My tween is starting to act, well, tween-ish. So it’s a toss-up from minute to minute whether she wants to be in the same room with me, let alone have a deep conversation. But the half-hour before sleep, when we lie on her bed and read together, often turns into the hour when I find out what’s really happening at school, how her friends are, what boy she likes, etc. Instead of just tucking your kids in and beating it out the door, linger a bit. It could end up being the most precious time of your busy day.

3 thoughts on “Enjoy Some Pillow Talk

  1. plopblurt says:

    Excellent advice and a really helpful essay. This is a very pertinent subject for me to consider because in addition to being a writer at https://funnyshooter2.com, I am also the mother of two amazing children. In the past, I’ve struggled to effectively manage my time; but, with the help of these suggestions, I hope to finally be able to do so.

  2. I often engage in pillow talk with my son before he goes to sleep, sharing stories, wordle unlimited dreams, and comforting moments to end the day on a positive note.

  3. Annata Evan says:

    In the soft glow of the night, pillow talk dances between dreams and reality, connections weaving tales of love, laughter, and shared secrets. It’s a sanctuary where hearts pour out, and souls connect, embracing the vulnerability that darkness often invites.

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