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Old 11-26-2007, 05:46 AM
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Alright guys. My ol lady is yackin and carrying on and stuff. About how I never get up at night with our baby. I don't hear it I swear she shakes me and everythign and it don't work I don't want to keep fighting over something as stupid as this any ider's fellas?
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Old 11-26-2007, 06:26 AM
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Put one of those baby monitors in his crib and put the receiver right next to your head. Anything that is making loud,or weird sounds usally wakes me up.
Between that and her shaking you , it should do the trick.

Or tell her to pull your leg hair...lol....that would suck to wake up to!
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Old 11-26-2007, 06:32 AM
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Yep, wife has to shake me too. So, when it's my night to get up with the little girl, monitor goes right next to my head.

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Old 11-26-2007, 06:38 AM
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I been sleeping in the babys room on an air mattress for 5 months. Baby sleeps in my bed with the wife. Mans gotta sleep. Good luck.
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Old 11-26-2007, 07:00 AM
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I been sleeping in the babys room on an air mattress for 5 months. Baby sleeps in my bed with the wife. Mans gotta sleep. Good luck.
when my lil one was a few months old she would sleep in our bed too between me and my GF... but one night i guess i was very tired and accidentally put the pillow over her face luckily i woke up a few seconds after i did it.... i wouldn't recommend having the baby sleep in the same bed as you... could of just been me but i have heard a lot of stories like this.... and the baby monitor right next to your head works great.....
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Old 11-26-2007, 07:03 AM
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if your wife is already awake it is kind of rude of her to wake you up.since she is already up she should take care of the kid.i'm sure you do you share
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no she has done it the whole time at night I just don't wake up and want to i may have to try the monitor thing she is on the other side of me next to the ol lady in the bassinet and i don't hear her
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I got into a fight about this recently. My wife wants to have a baby and quit her job. She started talking about how I will have to do more.....

I made the mistake of saying how I work my a$$ off to provide nice things for her and for her to be able to stay home.

And THAT is how the fight started.
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Old 11-26-2007, 04:22 PM
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Man, if you can't wake up with the baby in the same room -- that really sucks. Maybe you should go to sleep thinking to yourself if you hear a sound you will wake up so you go to sleep aware of the baby...

I am one that used to sleep thru ANYTHING! -- I'm not as sensitive as my wife is, but I wake up if I hear a noise or baby crying... (although its usually after the wife has already heard )

its amazing how much, usually, your senses change to listen for "trouble" once you have a kid
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Old 11-26-2007, 04:27 PM
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LET me clear this up she works 10 hrs a day and gets maybe 1 1/2 hrs of sleep a night. I just need tips on how to wake up. not critizing my ol lady
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