Yes. DP and i go to bed at the same time in the same bed. Sometime in the middle of the night DS will jump in next to me too.
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14-03-2012 10:34 #41
14-03-2012 11:02 #42
Yes We have a Queen and I would love to upgrade to a King. DH is really broad so he takes up heaps of room!
14-03-2012 11:05 #43
we do but its difficult. we have a queen but really need a king as i hate being touched when im asleep so there are many nightly battles over space.
if one of us is sick DH goes to the spare room, or if he has too many beers!
he recently slept in the spare room fir 2wks after his foot operation as he kept whinging that i might bump it
14-03-2012 11:45 #44
50/50 but I prefer not to ...
I share our queen with ds and some nights dh is with us some nights not ... I hate having people touch me when I'm sleeping so even if we do share and ds isn't with us we don't snuggle coz I hate it ...
14-03-2012 11:48 #45
We do. We usually go to bed together, but being pregnant I'm usually in bed by 9-9.30. I won't sleep until he is there though, but he will follow soon after anyway.
14-03-2012 11:50 #46Senior Member
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Every night since we moved in together. There has only been 3 nights when we haven't.
1st I was six months UTD and he had a boys night out and we had a bit of a tiff due to my hormones and his beers, I ended up at his parents place for the night. After which he felt so bad he quit drinking. (bonus)
2nd was he had a work conference .
3rd was the night before our wedding. (I nearly crumbled and told him to come over, it was only that I had my cousin/bridesmaid staying with me that I didn't )
When our dd was born and was having sleep issues I would end up sitting on the couch trying to get her to sleep, my DH would actually get upset and tell me to go back to bed and he'd help me.
We go to bed every night at the same time no matter what. We also kiss and say I love you no matter what too. Otherwise if we've had a tiff we both wake up feeling like crap and walkin in eggshells.
I sometimes wish we didn't like sharing, as I'm a light sleeper and he's a heavy breather. But as pp have said we also sleep with a fan
14-03-2012 11:53 #47
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14-03-2012 12:29 #49
Not all the time. I love not having him in the bed he snores so bad I'd have shoved a pillow over his face by now! We do still sleep together though just not every night.
14-03-2012 12:31 #50
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