he snores, and I'm done. Earplugs don't work. The only thing that would work is smothering him but since that's against the law, I sleep in my kid's room. How about you?
by AnonymousJanuary 22 at 9:47 AM
I used to, but now his brother lives in our guest room. So now I suffer. I hear you!!!
January 22 at 9:50 AMI have a coworker who sleeps seperate from his wife. He works late, she works early. One likes it hot, the other cooler.
It works for them and they've been married for like 30 years
by blessedmama4January 22 at 9:51 AM
I do but he works overnight. His days off he usually falls asleep in the living room playing his video games or catching up on his shows on the DVR.
by wildlilacsJanuary 22 at 9:54 AMSO usually snores, some nights worse than others, some nights, not at all.
No matter what position he's in.
He will never get checked for sleep apnea, he will never wear the cpap.
I am very sensative to noise. Sometimes the whirling ceiling fan keeps me awake.
by AnonymousJanuary 22 at 9:54 AMI cosleep with baby. He sleeps in the guest room.
January 22 at 9:55 AMMy hubby snores really bad too, but I wear earplugs and put up with it. I can't sleep without him. I won't even go to bed if he's not ready, there's no point I won't sleep! He did have this snore guard mouth piece that he wore to bed, it was expensive to me $30 and would last about 3 months. It worked though. That was when dd was small and if I wore earplugs I wouldn't have been able to hear her. I also do A LOT of elbowing if he's on his back, because that's when he's at his worst. Sudafed also helped hubby, but those breathe right strips never helped.
by AnonymousJanuary 22 at 9:55 AMWhen we first got married ( second marriage for both) the wedding night he slept in bed. Every night after he didn't for about nine months. He said he just couldn't get comfortable. Bs! He told me many other excuses over time. He now sleeps with me, we have been married 17 months. Don't know what the deal was.
January 22 at 9:59 AM
Half the time we sleep separate .my back hurts, so I move around a lot when I'm trying to sleep and he gets in the way. We have our own rooms. We like snuggling but if I can't get comfortable ill kick him out.
by DavesonJanuary 22 at 2:50 PMIn the living room or downstairs.Most of the time.I try not to sleep in kids room they need their space and I dont want them to get used to it.