Simi’s daughter, Deja has a sleeping disorder called Parasomnias and her mom doesn’t seem bothered to say the least — she even gloats about it and rightly so.
Nigerian singer, Simi who doubles as a mom behind the cameras, took to social media to share a proud mom moment with her fans. The Duduke crooner tweeted that her daughter Deja, who turns two May 30th, says weird things after she wakes up.
“I need to do a series on the things Deja says right after she wakes up. Today it was “it’s a hexagon.” Lol. She always says something random immediately she opens her eyes. It’s wild and I love it. Simi tweeted.
I need to do a series on the things Deja says right after she wakes up. Today it was "it's a hexagon." Lol. She always says something random immediately she opens her eyes. It's wild and I love it.
— Simi (@SympLySimi) May 13, 2022
These sleep-related behaviors are very common in children and for the most part are a normal part of childhood. And we can tell Simi knows that this type of sleep problem often occurs in children who are healthy and happy.
Such a show off!
Parasomnias is considered a disorder when it occurs repeatedly for a period of 90days and disrupt the lives of the child and/or the family. The sleep disorder is unrelated to any kind of mental problem in children.
According SleepEducation, there are five parasomnias that are common in children and they include: Nightmares, Sleep Terror, Sleepwalking, Confusional Arousal and Bedwetting.