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    My husband gets mad too. Guys often don't have the tolerance huh but it is really frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Every parent deals with issues differently. For me I want the most sleep NOW. And if that means I've got both girls in my bed every night for a few weeks or months then I'm fine with that. I have both girls in the same room and a mattress on the floor between them. If needed I'm there or in dd1s single with her. I still put both my girls to sleep by holding their hands so that's not an issue here.

    I hope you find a solution that works for you. For my two bed sharing fixes ALL issues.
    Both my kids have been bed sharing and still have the terrors. My 2.5 yr old is still sleeping with me. Unfortunately it doesn't help us at all. We have bed shared from day one with my son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebirdgirl View Post
    My husband gets mad too. Guys often don't have the tolerance huh but it is really frustrating.
    Yeah what's up with that huh? I'm up several times a night with bub and I can manage not to lose my shiz. He's up once with our son and can't manage to stay calm so in goes mum to sort it out....again. I get so freaking angry with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Yeah what's up with that huh? I'm up several times a night with bub and I can manage not to lose my shiz. He's up once with our son and can't manage to stay calm so in goes mum to sort it out....again. I get so freaking angry with him.
    For mine it's a control issue I'm sure. They aren't meant to act that way according to my husband. I find it ironic that he throws tantrums cos the kids are throwing tantrums though!

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