ibaby monitor

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  1. JulieT

    JulieT Registered Users

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    Still love that I can see him without getting out of bed!

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  2. Oberon

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    I can see my dog at night without getting out of bed too. Because he is on my bed ::)
     
  3. JulieT

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    [quote author=Oberon link=topic=6328.msg87120#msg87120 date=1402442304]
    I can see my dog at night without getting out of bed too. Because he is on my bed ::)
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    Well, there is that... ;D ;D ;D
     
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    I think that your approach has more merit. Especially when the covers seem to get mysteriously stolen every night and I wake up half frozen to death....
     
  5. JulieT

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    Charlie is an absolute pain to have in a bedroom, he will not settle - let alone the opportunity for him to retrieve items in a bedroom. He delivered the contents of my dirty clothes basket, item by item, onto my pillow one night when he was allowed in. It's not a restful experience!

    Yes, separate rooms for me and Charlie!
     
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    Haha I can picture the pile on your pillow. It's separate rooms for Milly too. She is just way to jumpy for me. Lol
     
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    They do get less wriggly as they get older :D
    We have it down to a fine art - lights out, hand under the duvet and a "Night Night - off to bed" and off she hops to her bed at the bottom of the stairs. Until 6am (ish ::) )
     
  8. JulieT

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    Hmm....I think he's fine in his own pad, with temperature monitor and video monitor should his lordship require anything during the night or show any sign of discomfort. And my white sheets can stay white and hair free.

    I cannot believe you are making me feel guilty about this! He has a memory foam bed and everything....

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