I've never kicked him out and we've never slept separately because of a fight but we've slept apart at different times either because of kid overload or when I was doing night dialysis and had to sleep alone.
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05-07-2015 18:29 #31Senior Member
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05-07-2015 18:32 #32
DP would never give up his bed so its me that just goes elsewhere. I purposely cleaned our spare room so i would have a bed to sleep on instead of tje couch. DP snores terribly, he doesn't think it's his problem as it doesn't keep him awake. I am a light sleeper so just more to keep the peace. Of late i have been cosleeping with ds in the spare room as i am just so exhausted
05-07-2015 18:36 #33Senior Member
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I have one night since being pregnant because I was so tired and couldn't get comfortable with him in the bed. We have a spare bedroom with a queen bed, so he wasn't exactly banished to the couch lol. He probably enjoyed it as much as I did because I'm a snorer.
05-07-2015 18:42 #34
I sleep elsewhere if we are arguing. because otherwise i end up cuddling him in my sleep and then he thinks that means everything is ok!! Hahaha. Nope! Not getting off that lightly!!
05-07-2015 18:44 #35
DH often sleeps in the spare room as he does shift work and wakes early which in turn wakes a sleeping baby.
I actually find I sleep better when he is in bed with me, but with many nights with him at work, I am use to being in bed alone.
05-07-2015 18:47 #36
No, I've never asked him to leave the bed, but he has taken himself off to the couch when he's had a cold or blocked nose & his snoring is keeping me awake. He's never asked me to sleep elsewhere either.
05-07-2015 18:59 #37Senior Member
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06-07-2015 11:15 #38
I've never kicked him out of the bed. Have asked a couple of times if he would mind sleeping somewhere else if I had a sick kid or something and really wanted to sleep in the big bed with unwell kid, but in those cases he is more than happy to. More often than not if I have a sick kid I'll sleep in their bed with them rather than have them in our bed, but it has happened.
My husband and I don't really fight, but if we did, I wouldn't kick him out of the bed, but depending how mad I was I might choose to sleep somewhere else myself if I didn't want to be near him. It's never happened though.
I co-slept with my youngest for a full year in the spare room, so we have definitely slept seperately plenty of times, but never because of a fight.
06-07-2015 11:52 #39
My partner spent months voluntarily sleeping on the couch because he has sleep apnoea and was waiting for his sleep study and to sort out a cpap and his snoring was keeping me up all night, I have some sleep issues myself. He could sleep standing up and we have a very comfy couch haha. Now he has a mask he's back in bed. I didn't really kick him out but i certainly didn't complain about him choosing to sleep there either.
06-07-2015 11:52 #40
I can recall one night when he had a bad cough and I was getting no sleep. I went and slept in the spare room. We have never slept in different beds because of an argument. marie.
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