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    No because it's his bed too. The kids have kicked him out though by kicking him or pushing him right to the edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    DH is permanently out the bedroom as I co sleep with DS!
    We are the opposite! DH co sleeps with DS! Haha now I am co sleeping as DH is back to work.

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    Nope, we have a king sized bed so plenty of room for us to have our own space if needed. Sometimes I suggest he might sleep better on the couch since the baby keeps crying and it wakes him up when I settle her.

    I have kicked the dogs out of the bed since the baby was born though. No more doggy fur or smell in the bed. I do miss warm doggy cuddles though.

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    Yep. Either for snoring or being an a-hole.

    These days he kicks himself off a lot or sleep walks somewhere else.
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    Nope but I've gone and slept somewhere else before because the snoring was unbearable or I was so angry at him I didn't want to be anywhere near him.

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    Yep! Until he finds a solution to his snoring issues, he sleeps in the spare room.

    I work full time and I'll be damned if I have to have my sleep effected by my DH snoring loudly next to me. I'm a very light sleeper and I can't sleep through that.

    I don't give a honk what anyone else thinks, it works for us

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    No...he's taken himself to the spare room when he's gotten the shiz's at me bigtime after an argument.

    When I've seen his pillows on the bed I'll say "Like that is it??"😁

    I don't try to talk him out of it, just let him have his tantrum @ get over it which usually only takes a day or 2 at the most!!😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Yep. Either for snoring or being an a-hole.
    Yep this is us too. Mainly for snoring though or when I snore like a train while pregnant

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    Never in almost 10 years. I would feel terribly guilty for doing so as it's his bed too. We rarely have ever gone to bed angry with each other. It's lucky that I am VERY forgiving though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Yep! Until he finds a solution to his snoring issues, he sleeps in the spare room.

    I work full time and I'll be damned if I have to have my sleep effected by my DH snoring loudly next to me. I'm a very light sleeper and I can't sleep through that.

    I don't give a honk what anyone else thinks, it works for us

    Cpap machine is what worked for DH who suffers from sleep apnea. Has he been assessed?


 

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