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    Usually nothing, sometimes in winter when DF is doing night shift I wear a singlet for the warmth factor but try and avoid it because I get all twisted up and find it uncomfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kj2010 View Post
    I'm the same. We once lived in a house that was infested with cockroaches (even after having it fumigated). I woke up one night with a cockroach running along my leg
    That is nightmarish.

    I wish I was comfy sleeping naked - it seems so much more, I dunno, grown up?

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    In winter I wear pj pants or leggings and a baggy top. Summer is short pjs and a singlet.

    At the moment I'm sleeping with no top on as I'm BFing and it's more comfy, but it means washing the sheets all the time which is annoying

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    just to add to your fear. I was bitten on the eyelid by a whitetail spider well the Drs believe it was a white tail) whilst sleeping. Woke up to a horrid burning pain and automatically put my hand to my eye and there was something on it, which my instinctive reaction was to bat away. It took a good couple of months to heal fully and i still have a scar. My eyelid swelled closed and the side of my face swelled up. It was pretty horrid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    just to add to your fear. I was bitten on the eyelid by a whitetail spider well the drs believe it was a white tail) whilst sleeping. Woke up to a horrid burning pain and automatically put my hand to my eye and there was something on it, which my instinctive reaction was to bat away. It took a good couple of months to heal fully and i still have a scar. My eyelid swelled closed and the side of my face swelled up. It was pretty horrid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    just to add to your fear. I was bitten on the eyelid by a whitetail spider well the Drs believe it was a white tail) whilst sleeping. Woke up to a horrid burning pain and automatically put my hand to my eye and there was something on it, which my instinctive reaction was to bat away. It took a good couple of months to heal fully and i still have a scar. My eyelid swelled closed and the side of my face swelled up. It was pretty horrid!
    What a nightmare!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    just to add to your fear. I was bitten on the eyelid by a whitetail spider well the Drs believe it was a white tail) whilst sleeping. Woke up to a horrid burning pain and automatically put my hand to my eye and there was something on it, which my instinctive reaction was to bat away. It took a good couple of months to heal fully and i still have a scar. My eyelid swelled closed and the side of my face swelled up. It was pretty horrid!
    I had a white tail spider bite on my hip.... I had to have it drained and all sorts for weeks.
    I can't imagine what that would have been like on my eye!!!

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    Summer - spaghetti strap cotton nighties from Susan.

    Winter - leggings and a singlet top.


    Baby #1 due 28/03/2014!!
    18 months trying, pregnant 1st round Clomid.


 

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