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    You are sitting on the couch feeding your baby. They finally have a decent latch (the past few days have been a real struggle with Bub not getting enough milk out). You then see w large cockroach crawling around in the room. What do you do?!?

    A) unlatch Bub who is starting to fall asleep (it's before 7am) and remove (kill) the cockroach..

    B) leave the room with Bub

    C) keep feeding but keep watching the cockroach

    D) wake up the whole family, get them outside and burn the house down

    E) other (please specify)

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    A...... then if that didn't work... D lol

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    E) text DH to come out and kill cockroach (as i'm always on the phone when feeding lol)

    If he doesn't respond my back up would depend on the size and proximity of the cockroach- either move whilst continuing to feed bubs or just keep an eye on it. I would definitely not unlatch or disturb bubs!

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    E.) Text DH to 'deal' with it

    Or if he wasn't around

    A.

    If that didn't go to plan..

    D!!!

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    e) ignore and make a note to get house sprayed.

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    Other - go about my day and let the cockroach go about its. If it were a mozzie in the other hand....

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    Why didn't I think to text/ring DP?!?

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    Either B or C.
    If it was a spider, i would probably burn the house down

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    C.
    But different answer if it was a spider

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    I didn't unlatch but watched it like a hawk. When Bub unlatched I dealt with it.

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