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Old 10-02-2012, 08:38 PM   #1
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Cosleeping Sucks...

DD (18 mos) just stole my favorite pillow.

(tehehe)

But it's mine again as soon as she stops kicking me in the face and falls asleep. Wth?

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Old 10-02-2012, 08:48 PM   #2
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This made me chuckle as I'm trying to contort myself around my 17mo in my king size bed!
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I had to move my 6 yo over and my 4 1/2 mo old over so I could squeeze between them! Going to bed shouldn't be this much work! Lol
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We aren't getting any sleep here, and the cat's tail keeps hitting 4mo DD in the head. I've pushed her off the bed like four times now (the cat, not DD).
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hehe, DS is just starting to get to the age where he moves around all crazy in bed. Sometimes I seriously wish I could just spread out but I can't really sleep without him...it's such a conundrum.
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Re: Cosleeping Sucks...

I will tolerate a lot of things, but someone taking my pillow is NOT one of them. I have a very special me-sized dent in that thing that hugs my head perfectly. I will not allow someone else's skull to ruin it!
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I will tolerate a lot of things, but someone taking my pillow is NOT one of them. I have a very special me-sized dent in that thing that hugs my head perfectly. I will not allow someone else's skull to ruin it!
I have it back now. :-) ha!

Its actually our boppy. Best neck pillow ever, IMO. And I think DD likes it bc it wraps around her whole body and probably smells like me.
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We aren't getting any sleep here, and the cat's tail keeps hitting 4mo DD in the head. I've pushed her off the bed like four times now (the cat, not DD).
I lol'd.

At first I thought this was a serious thread. There are times when I ask myself, "What did I get myself into?"

Right now I just sleep with my youngest. DH is in the guest room and DD1 is in her own room. DH is getting a bit... uhm... resentful? Maybe not that strongly about it, but has hinted that he would like me to train DD2 to sleep in her own space so DH and I can go back to our normal routine.

The only issue is that DD2 has been and is a very high needs/clingy baby. When the sun goes down, she's even MORE so.

So...not sure what to do about that.
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I lol'd.

At first I thought this was a serious thread. There are times when I ask myself, "What did I get myself into?"

Right now I just sleep with my youngest. DH is in the guest room and DD1 is in her own room. DH is getting a bit... uhm... resentful? Maybe not that strongly about it, but has hinted that he would like me to train DD2 to sleep in her own space so DH and I can go back to our normal routine.

The only issue is that DD2 has been and is a very high needs/clingy baby. When the sun goes down, she's even MORE so.

So...not sure what to do about that.
I would start to transition her especially if DH is getting resentful.
We do not cosleep (we do one early morning feeding in our bed though)
Dd is 3 months and has slept in her crib 8-12 hrs per night since 7 weeks.
Not Because I don't want to cosleep just that DH and I are very hard sleepers so we worry about rolling over her.

I do always wonder though how when and where do cosleeping parents dtd? Lol
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I would start to transition her especially if DH is getting resentful.
We do not cosleep (we do one early morning feeding in our bed though)
Dd is 3 months and has slept in her crib 8-12 hrs per night since 7 weeks.
Not Because I don't want to cosleep just that DH and I are very hard sleepers so we worry about rolling over her.

I do always wonder though how when and where do cosleeping parents dtd? Lol
when younger just slide baby to one side of bed. When older, get creative- other rooms become useful
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