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    Someone's dog woke ds up from his morning sleep. Hes horrible & cranky & i saw him yawn so i just put him back in bed & he wont go to sleep. So this will be one of those nightmare days of overtired hysterical screaming all afternoon. Oh yay, not. Just love people who let their dogs bark all the time. They'll now be getting reported to Council cause im sick of this!
    Forget about his last nap and pretend he had it as he usually does then put him down as normal for the next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Someone's dog woke ds up from his morning sleep. Hes horrible & cranky & i saw him yawn so i just put him back in bed & he wont go to sleep. So this will be one of those nightmare days of overtired hysterical screaming all afternoon. Oh yay, not. Just love people who let their dogs bark all the time. They'll now be getting reported to Council cause im sick of this!
    I don't know how councils treat barking dogs during daylight hours. I suppose it will depend on how often the barking is reported. anyway, let bub indicate when he is sleepy, and follow his lead for his next naptime . I wish I could help, marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    I don't know how councils treat barking dogs during daylight hours. I suppose it will depend on how often the barking is reported. anyway, let bub indicate when he is sleepy, and follow his lead for his next naptime . I wish I could help, marie.
    In Bris, if a dog barks for six minutes in an hour, it's considered nuisance barking.

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    I just cant figure out which house the dog lives in so until i do i cant report it yet. Hopefully i can work it out soon. . Three houses back onto ours & their yards are very close together & im not totally sure which one the dog is in. The fence is too high to look over, so im going to have to do some detective work.

    Just put him down for his next sleep after seeing tired cues & hes not going to sleep . This is what always happens when he misses his morning sleep, he will not sleep for the rest of the day & spends a good portion of the rest of the day screaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Yeah, I'd pay a few extra dollars for someone to deliver my coffee. But it would have to be kept hot somehow...
    I know someone who has a mobile cafe so the coffee machines are in the van but they do events only. Shame, they could make a killing if they pulled up in a street and put the music on like the ice cream van or something. Lol. I would so go out in my pj's for that!

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    At school pick 1/2 hour early with a sleeping toddler and a dying phone battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I know someone who has a mobile cafe so the coffee machines are in the van but they do events only. Shame, they could make a killing if they pulled up in a street and put the music on like the ice cream van or something. Lol. I would so go out in my pj's for that!
    Oh hell yes!!!

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    SHUT YOUR F'ING DOG UP. I am sick of hearing its bellowing bark.

    * I actually feel sorry for the dog. Its huge and their backyard is 12m x 4m at most.

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    DH complained his shirts weren't hung up for him.. Then put them on the floor.

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    I need cumin for tonight's dinner so I have to leave a whole 20 minutes earlier for work than normal to go get it. What a pain, I wish service stations sold it.


 

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