posted on Mar, 2 2016 @ 02:49 PM
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: SlapMonkey
Then get one of those barriers to block the hallway from the dogs. Or are they more important? Sorry, just wondering about, if you decided to have
kids you get all that sleeplessness thing that goes with them. Have patience, just a little more than you can bear will suffice.
The passive-aggressive douchebaggery is strong with this one.
Yes, I have a barrier, both one I can move to different areas of the house, plus one that is on a hinge and semi-permanently located at the entry to
the hallway. Our cat can jump over both of those, and she is the one who causes the most problems with her meowing and wanting to sleep on anyone who
is asleep in our house.
We're having patience. Sheesh, I'm not trying to be defensive here, but you sure came out swinging, didn't you?
Then get one of those barriers to block the hallway from the dogs. Or are they more important?
I'm mean, seriously, you just relegated your entire opinion on this matter to the recycle bin.
And she's not locked up...she's in a room, with the door closed, that gets opened by us whenever she knocks on it and wants out.
Jackass comments are unnecessary in my thread. Please take them elsewhere, as they are not constructive in the least. Save your comments for someone
who hasn't swapped sleeping on the couch with their spouse so that we could accommodate a toddler with sleeping problems for basically months now.
"Or are the more important?...If you decide to have kids...she doesn't like being locked up..."
Give me an effin' break. You don't know me or how I parent. Go be an ass somewhere else, please.