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    Default Snoring!

    DH is snoring so loudly next to me right now, in bed, while i feed bub. I just wanna shove a pillow on his face or play it back to him so loud it wakes him up....so annoying !

    Anyone else have a snorer and despise it ?

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    Yes! Some nights I'm compelled to stab him.

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    Omg yes, dh is sooooo friggen bad. Its like sleeping next to a train or a jumbo jet. Its absolutely ridiculous. I nudge him to tell him to roll over. ( only really bad when he lays on his back)

    Tbh ive been tempted to shove a pillow on his face some nights too!

    Buuuuuttttt then when hes away from home i miss his ridiculously loud snoring so cant win lol

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    Yes! I constantly have to poke him in the ribs or try to roll him over to get him to stop....it drives me demented....I often end up on the couch as the dog is much quieter :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    Omg yes, dh is sooooo friggen bad. Its like sleeping next to a train or a jumbo jet. Its absolutely ridiculous. I nudge him to tell him to roll over. ( only really bad when he lays on his back)

    Tbh ive been tempted to shove a pillow on his face some nights too!

    Buuuuuttttt then when hes away from home i miss his ridiculously loud snoring so cant win lol
    This is me :-( home alone tonight and the bed feels so quiet.....
    I did record him once - he called me a liar and asked where I downloaded it from........... 8-/

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    I'm the snorer

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    Ear plugs ladies. DH will hear DD if she wakes up so he will either go to her or poke me. For a while I wasn't using them and then one night I used them again because he had a cold and I was starting to feel stabby. The next morning he said "you have to keep using ear plugs because you are more bright eyed this morning that you have been for ages"...so that was that.

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    Ear plugs here too, although I only wear 1 in the ear closest to him but even when I wear 2 I still hear both my kids if they wake. Doesn't matter what position he lays in some times either


    DH 37 + me 33 = DS1 March 2010 & DS2 July 2013

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    We sleep in separate rooms, I can't stand being squashed up in bed either :-/
    I worry as the baby grows up she will think we don't love each other

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    Oh yes! I poke him in the back to wake him all the time. I have tried ear plugs then I got angry and thought 'no!! You are the one snoring why should I be uncomfortable' haha so I went back to poking him and sending him to the guest room. Realized I maybe do this too much when our 2 year old son referred to the guest room as 'daddy's room'


 

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