Last night, around about midnight, I heard some bumps and thumps so went to have a look. Bear was at the bottom of the stairs and looking blankly at the door, as if he couldn't work out what it was for. I coaxed him up the stairs where he sat in the doorway in a typical small boy pose with his arms around his knees. His eyes were open, but I wasn't seeing much there. After some more gentle coaxing bear crawled across the floor on his hands and knees, wriggled into bed and went spark out. He remembers none of this.
I am a little worried about this as I wonder if the bumps and thumps were bear falling downstairs. However he is certainly mixing it hard with the other kids at football camp so I would have no idea if there were any new bruises. Whatever happened, it didn't wake him up.
I had a pleasant surprise. My frozen stuff wasn't delivered with the order, and I didn't realise. It was late when I put the order in, and to be honest I could have put anything down. I got a phone call from Tesco customer services apologising and promising it would be refunded. Tesco are pretty awesome round here these days.
The question I am now asking myself is, can vampires have children? Aristotle thought that only living things should increase (hence the medieval church's ban on charging interest on loans as money wasn't alive so shouldn't increase) but it would help with a plot.