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    Sassy my dh falls asleep
    At the drop of a hat anywhere and everywhere too, i call him grandpa and he hates it.

    He falls asleep in staff meetings at work too. They all pick on him lol

    To the pp who said her hbs cleans his ears out with bobby pins; its actually the best way to do it, cue tips push wax in further and 'here is where i stopped paying attention to my dr' but he did say to use a bobbypin ive done it for years now! Best!

    Well im the werdo in the family so theres not too much to tell about dh.




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    There is a medical condition where people fall asleep at the drop of a hat in the middle of things... just sayin

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    Yer i saw a doco on that. He aint that bad


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Yer i saw a doco on that. He aint that bad


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    I saw it too! I got a little worried when you and another person (sassy?) Said your hubbies did that. Lol. I relieved to hear it.

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    Every time I roll over to face DP's side of the bed she will roll over to face me. I don't know why, but it drives me insane, laying facing that way is the only comfy way I can get to sleep atm but I can't stand the feeling of her breathing in my face.

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    DH sometimes err... Tries to dtd in his sleep. But he usually falls asleep properly throughout. A few times I have woken up with him lying on me vaguely thrusting (still clothed) then he just stops and goes back to sleep still lying on me!!
    Only happens occasionally now thankfully. If he so much as touches me I say "are you awake??" And push him away if he isn't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Sassy my dh falls asleep
    At the drop of a hat anywhere and everywhere too, i call him grandpa and he hates it.

    He falls asleep in staff meetings at work too. They all pick on him lol

    To the pp who said her hbs cleans his ears out with bobby pins; its actually the best way to do it, cue tips push wax in further and 'here is where i stopped paying attention to my dr' but he did say to use a bobbypin ive done it for years now! Best!

    Well im the werdo in the family so theres not too much to tell about dh.




    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    My DP is a sleepy head too, probably because he's a tradie, very physical work. If we sit down to watch tv I make sure the remote and my phone are in arms reach because guaranteed if he gets comfy he out like a light. I generally let him sleep because if he has a nap on the sofa he's ready for 'action' when we actually go to bed. Otherwise we just wake up in the middle off the night and go for it once he's had a bit of sleep


 

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