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    In the same bed. We've never slept separately whilst living together. He is my hot water bottle lol

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    Yes of course!!

    Sometimes I get annoyed for ALL the reasons above (except the drinking..lol) but I kick or push hubby to get him to shut up.. He gets told to roll over quite often as I can't handle him breathing in my ear... We sleep with fan on too!

    I also swore no kids in the bed!! That only happens if she's really sick..fever or gastro..

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    Yup, the only time we didnt was when I was pregnant with DS2 as I suffered from insomnia and his snoring made it 10x worse.

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    We share a bed but last night I would have happily kicked him to the spare room his snoring was awful grrr

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    Not since my 1st pregnancy, we have a king bed now but he still falls asleep on the couch, if he wakes hell come to bed otherwise no. I like sleeping seperate I'm so used to it, he snores and breaths on me and takes blankets off, then he makes too much noise in the morning.
    Plus with him on the couch meant he got up for night feeds love it!

    We shared a bed before kids for years and I never slept well, we fought alot, I think we do better with a good nights sleep.

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    Yep every night. Couldnt be without him. Had to use earplugs while pregnant with DD3 so I could sleep. I had to work full time and he was a night owl. Anyone looking for a new mattress we got ours from Graysonline. Queen size pillowtop really cheap.

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    both.....

    we have a king size and sleep most nights together.

    but he snores, thrashes around, gets up at 3am for work....so a couple nights a week he usually sleeps down in my shed (yes, we have matching sheds on our property!) it has a queen size bed, carpet, fridge etc. so it's like a guesthouse.

    also if we go down to our beach house we sleep in separate rooms.

    i'm just a really lights sleeper and he's a noisy one!

    i know when the kids leave home we will be having separate bedrooms as we both sleep better....

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    He comes to bed late most nights, falls asleep, an hour later I kick him out because of his snoring and he sleeps in the spare room. Happens a lot!

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    My DH is in army so he can be away a lot! So when he is home we always sleep together we have a king size bed so we have loads of room for all my pillows! DH doesn't hardly ever snore coz he sleeps on his Tummy thank god!

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    Yes, but I wish we didn't! I'm a really light sleeper and would love to sleep alone or with just DD. I used to think that it was really sad if a couple didn't share the same bed...now it sounds like bliss!


 
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