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to murder my husband over this

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Sneezy86 Sat 22-Feb-14 23:56:27

My husband knows the tone of his voice wakes our 5 week old unless he whispers. Just fed her and managed to get her asleep and down in cot without waking, get into bed myself; baby still asleep fantastic- he talks= baby wakes up and won't settle back down. 20 mins later, he's now asleep while I'm still trying to get baby back down without waking. I'm sure in the circumstances the judge would let me off!

Alisvolatpropiis Sat 22-Feb-14 23:58:48

Yanbu.

I will be your alibi.

ghostinthecanvas Sat 22-Feb-14 23:58:49

If you need an alibi......

hellooctober01 Sat 22-Feb-14 23:59:11

I'd lie right beside him and chunter loudly in HIS ear until HE can't settle! grin

You must definitely either murder or LTB ;)

NatashaBee Sun 23-Feb-14 00:01:05

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

AgentZigzag Sun 23-Feb-14 00:01:33

Death by radio alarm?

People coughing outside, post through the letterbox, next doors TV, lawn mowers, every noise is unreasonable when you're jumpy about your baby staying asleep.

He should receive the everlasting sleep as punishment.

HadABadDay2014 Sun 23-Feb-14 00:04:17

Unless the baby needs a breastfeed wake him
Up and get him to settle the baby.

Diamondjoan Sun 23-Feb-14 00:05:00

I'd be digging a knee in his back as you're crawling back into bed.

TheVictorian Sun 23-Feb-14 00:06:47

You could give your dp a ball gag to wear. That would make him quite.

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Sun 23-Feb-14 00:09:51

Take it from me, this is just the start of the list of reasons.

Do it. We'll cover for you.

MichaelFinnigan Sun 23-Feb-14 00:14:31

Yes M'lord she was with me

supergreenuk Sun 23-Feb-14 00:23:34

Yep from now on if he can't hush up he needs to step up

PomBearWithAnOFRS Sun 23-Feb-14 00:28:56

Immac one of his eyebrows.

AgentZigzag Sun 23-Feb-14 00:29:15

OP making a start on cleaning up the blood?

It's a bugger to shift.

I'm told.

Apparentlychilled Sun 23-Feb-14 00:30:17

Yanbu

MrsTerryPratchett Sun 23-Feb-14 00:30:54

With babies; you broke it, you fix it. Why are you settling?

frogslegs35 Sun 23-Feb-14 00:36:45

You've enough alibi's Op - go on murder the twat smile

Next time make him stay awake until baby goes back to sleep.

TheVictorian Sun 23-Feb-14 00:42:08

AgentZigzag apparently coke cola is quite good at cleaning blood up depending on the type of surface its on.

Nancery Sun 23-Feb-14 00:43:25

LTB ;-)

Jolleigh Sun 23-Feb-14 00:44:31

I'm currently wide awake and nesting should you need help with the clean up and body disposal wink

AgentZigzag Sun 23-Feb-14 00:52:16

If the area's bleached it fucks up their blood stain analysis camouflages the blood stain when they use luminol to look for it Vic.

Always good to know this shit wink

NotQuiteWithItAtAll Sun 23-Feb-14 01:21:04

Loving the bleach advice. grin

EllaFitzgerald Sun 23-Feb-14 01:24:29

Don't do it! Haven't you seen CSI/Poirot/Midsummer Murders? They always suspect the spouse first.

I'm currently laying next to a snoring DH, knowing that we both have to get up in four hours, so if you'd like to do a 'Strangers on a Train' type of exchange, just give me the nod grin

Kafri Sun 23-Feb-14 03:57:31

DS is 14m now and I've lost count of the number if times it's been wholly acceptable to murder DH.

Top 3 have to be...

1. The racket he makes walking down the landing to the bathroom. Herd of elephants would be quieter.

2. Coughing constantly - since DS started nursery he's nigh on had a constant cold and DH seems to have been the same. I'm exhausted from the bad night with DS and the worse nights listening to DH!!

3. Bloody racing car noise from the tv. I lie in bed waiting fir it to wake DS!!!

But yeah I agree with a pp (sorry can't remember name) as far as baby is concerned - whoever breaks it, fixes it!

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