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    Default Feeling a little worried...

    I just went into my boys bedroom because DS2 woke up crying. When I went in there I could hear people coming up the stairs of our shared complex screaming 'effing c***'. I scooped my boys up and have now tucked them into my bed with me but I keep hearing banging next door. The guy was clearly drunk. I can also hear them making calls on speaker phone. The lady next door is also a single mum and I could hear her trying to shoosh them. I can hear a car being started as well. I'm really hoping it doesn't escalate. Now I can't sleep because I'm listening to every noise just wishing they would go away

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    Hugs... Hope it all calms down soon. There is no harm in calling the police if you think you need too... xx

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    Oh that's so scary. Hug them tightly and hopefully it ends soon!!

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    They are seriously talking right outside my boys window!! Even inside my room with the door closed and aircon on I can still hear them. FFS it's 1am!!! Gah!!!!

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    Maybe call the local police and let them know what's going on and ask them to do a drive by.. Tell them that it was getting argumentative and they are outside your children's room and your worried for their safety

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    Hope it all calmed down and your boys are ok.

    It p's me off when idiots wake my boys up and scare them because of their stupid behaviour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    Hope it all calmed down and your boys are ok.

    It p's me off when idiots wake my boys up and scare them because of their stupid behaviour.

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    Yeah it stopped around 2am. Once I moved them into my bed they stayed fast asleep - I couldn't sleep though and I feel like a zombie today. Worst part is I'm waiting for our second lot of visitors then another friend is coming over after that and staying on for drinks. I feel shattered :/


 

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