I have.Starting now.He's got to get his own bed before I kick him right on the floor! Granted, I am 33 weeks pregnant and we only have a full size bed. Its hot as heck..well I AM always hot..he's always cold.He's a super bedhog lately.I am HUGE..I can't take sleeping on the edge of the bed no more!! He says he sleeps on the edge..but he's full of it. He rolls to his back..right in the middle of the bed and is spread like a giant X.
My back is killing me because I can't sleep comfortable.I try not to move to much to not wake him up becuase he gets up so early.I move my big toe and he grunts.
I told him he can have a cot at the end of the bed! LOL
eh, we won't really do it..but I'm so aggravated by it..I'm being tortured. :(
One day, we'll get a new bed...a BIG one. A california KING size,LOL. But for now, thats what were stuck with and I'm bout to knock him out.grrrr.
If you can believe it, we are sleeping in different rooms because of a similar situation. We will go to bed together and say I love you and cuddle, but after he falls asleep, I do back downstairs and sleep in the guest room. The air vent is not working up stairs and I get super hot. My DH loves to be hot. Not me!! He can have his fan, I will take the air AND the fan. BTW- I'm 27 weeks pregnant, so I know how you feel. It's horrible.
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It was TV censors who kept sitcom couples in separate beds, but maybe there was wisdom to catching your ZZZs in your own bed.
When one partner snores or is a night owl, tensions can mount in the marital bed, experts say. It may seem like a throwback a la Ricky and Lucy Ricardo, but many couples happily sleep in separate beds; some even maintain separate bedrooms and eliminate tossing and turning and fights over the blanket.
And many couples who are secure enough to seek satisfying slumber on their own report using the regained energy for more ... loving pursuits.
From Go Retro: 12 Tips for a Happy Marriage
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Next question overall
do you sometimes feel like you are holding your child back?