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    Oh I hear you!!! Then the line "but I thought you wanted me to mind the older child" comes trotting out.

    Grrrr. They are both our children and we BOTH were responsible in the planning and producing of them. Just cos I'm the food source of the baby doesn't make you a lesser parent. It actually means you need to HELP more doofus!!!



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    Nope. Though I have slept in the guest room before cause he was taking up the whole bed.

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    DH is permanently out the bedroom as I co sleep with DS!

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    I've never actually kicked him out, I've said sometimes that his snoring is keeping me awake when I'm having a restless night and he takes himself out to the spare bedroom of his own accord. Or when he just gets sick of me kicking him lol.

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    No. Dh and I made a pack when we first got married that no matter what happened we would always sleep in the same bed. I might make it very uncomfortable at times like accidently kick or bump him awake every time the bub wakes. But I must admit 95% of time he is great. When he is not he knows he is not.
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    I've kicked DH out. Mostly when he's drunk and I don't want to lay there listening to him moaning and groaning and worrying about whether he'll spew on the floor.

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    I've never kicked DF out but at different times we've both slept in the spare room. During pregnancy I was really restless and it was keeping us both awake. Spare room gave us good night sleeps.
    Sometimes I wish I kicked him out for a night or two.

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    Yes I kick DH into the spare room at times. Never b/c of conflict always in the interests of a good night sleep. Maybe if one of us is unwell, he's drunk and smells of alcohol or if I want a night off kid duty. A good nights sleep is priceless and will help us function much better the next day. We are a team!

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    Yep i do kick DH out occasionally not without reason.

    If he comes home from a night at the pub with his mates he now knows he is on the couch as im not having a stinky drunk in my bed.

    He was out for a week when i got my gall bladder out last year as he moves a lot in his sleep and i was in a lot if pain so he slept on the trundle in DD1's room then.


 

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