When I sleep, I actually want to sleep. It is my alone time, time when I get some personal space. I'd go insane being attached to my children 24/7.
My eldest never would cosleep, and even at nearly 5 she won't come into my bed to cuddle. My coslept with my youngest until she decided that she wanted her own space. Now being in my bed means its party time and mummy mummy mummy in out up down over and under.
Mmm no thanks.
Things get said in the heat of a moment that, while you do mean them at the time, when you look back you realise they were probably a bit rash and hasty.
I read it as a 'something's gotta give', not that he was being selfish or monstrous.
Yeah I know. I just find it so arrogant. "If this doesn't change then I will do whatever I have to to make my life better and sod the rest of you". He doesn't seem to see anything wrong with it in the article. He speaks as though it is a perfectly justified thing to suggest.
It also says he watched his wife get up 37 times and then said we're locking him in or I am leaving. If DF let me get up to DS 37 times without helping and said that, I would be pushing him out the door.
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