This isn't really that important or even a big problem in the scheme of things but I'm just wondering if anyone else has a teenage difficult child that needs to be tucked in every night? difficult child is 14 and will not go to be unless he is tucked in. Usually husband tucks him in and reads to him and sometimes I do. He is o.k. if we skip the reading part but not the tucking in part. We have to put his blankets on a very specific way. Even then about every minute he will yell to us downstairs, "Good night." (Thankfully he falls asleep quickly so he doesn't yell down for too long). If he wakes up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom he will wake us up and ask to be tucked in and won't budge until we do, well actually husband because I am far too crabby in the middle of the night to tuck him in. Last night husband was out shopping and I tucked in difficult child. He wanted me to come back and tuck him in a second time (I'm not sure why he got up)but I said no since he knows I have a once a night tuck in policy. Later when husband when into our room he asked why difficult child was sleeping in our bed? He absolutely will not go to sleep in his bed if he is not tucked in. Like I said not a huge problem in the scheme of things but it seems so strange to me for a 14 year old to be like this. I do know that he is younger than his years but this still seems extreme.