Or at least startling when all you see is her silhouette in the doorway at 3 a.m. Or you get up and she's sleeping in your bedroom doorway. Or standing on your side of the bed peering at you while you sleep.
Mind you all these things happened to Rob, not me. I go right on sleeping. She could be making macaroni and cheese and watching Dora at 2 a.m. and I wouldn't wake up.
Almost every night this week she has gotten up in the middle of the night and roamed the house, spreading 5 million tiny hair bands around the house (she has done this countless times, why I do not put them somewhere she cannot get to is beyond even me) and smearing Vaseline all over the floor.
Two evenings ago (about 7:00), she made a great escape. I went to the bathroom and Rob was in the office. She opened the door that goes to the garage (which was up), went outside, and (fortunately!) went to the front door and proceeded to rattle the handle. This is when and where Rob discovered her. This happened in about a 1 minute time span.
Rob immediately went out to buy some of these
So yeah. She's sneaky and quick. I'm not sure what to do about the nighttime wandering. Aside from installing a chime on her bedroom door, we can't be sure that