I have work company today...

floriflee

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Dec 21, 2004
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iSaint said:
awww KITTENS! I wish I could take one around with me for comfort. It was rather cool last night, so I had to go get a couple to warm me up in bed (since my wife sleeps with the kids). :) :) :)
Every night? If so, may I ask why she sleeps with them (if you don't mind my asking)?
 

CanadaRAM

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Awwww...

Reminds me of our dear departed... <sniff>... she would sneak up from the other side of the desk while you were concentrating on the computer, and then either sharpen claws on your legs, or take the flying leap onto your lap...

Come to think about it, I don't miss those parts that much.

But every once in a while I have to 'borrow' a neighbor's cat for a while, to get some purr therapy.
 

stonyc

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Feb 15, 2005
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Michigan
love the kitty, she's CUTE.

i'm currently mad at our cat right now.. he walked up to me, flopped down on his side, purred, then rolled on to his back in the classic "rub my belly" position. not even one pass through, *BITE*... the little bastard. *sigh*
 

iSaint

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floriflee said:
Every night? If so, may I ask why she sleeps with them (if you don't mind my asking)?
It's the 12-year-old girl. I'm convinced we took her out of the crib too early. She's never slept by herself for any period of time. She's only been spending the night out the past year or so. Plus, they sit in there and watch MTV and talk. I like to read a book before bed.

My 7-year-old son goes to sleep easily. One of us reads a book to him and lay down for a bit. But, if I need to go do something, I can tell him goodnight and he says goodnight and goes to sleep.

It's frustrating because my daughter's starting that independent stage, but still whines about things like that. My wife gives in. Her stepmonster wasn't so kind, so I think my wife overcompensates.

That's the short analytical side of it. :(

EDIT: but I get the three cats!!!
 

Moshiiii

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Apr 4, 2006
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Sarasota, FL
iSaint said:
It's the 12-year-old girl. I'm convinced we took her out of the crib too early. She's never slept by herself for any period of time. She's only been spending the night out the past year or so. Plus, they sit in there and watch MTV and talk. I like to read a book before bed.

My 7-year-old son goes to sleep easily. One of us reads a book to him and lay down for a bit. But, if I need to go do something, I can tell him goodnight and he says goodnight and goes to sleep.

It's frustrating because my daughter's starting that independent stage, but still whines about things like that. My wife gives in. Her stepmonster wasn't so kind, so I think my wife overcompensates.

That's the short analytical side of it. :(

EDIT: but I get the three cats!!!
This is embarassing but oh-well.. I didn't want to sleep alone until i was like fifteen. I don't have a phobia of the dark but i just don't like it, I still don't like the idea of sleeping it total darkness (19 years old now). Now that I think about it if I was seven or ten years old today there would be terrified at night. Theres alot of scary stuff being played on TV now, I'm not saying its TV's fault or anything but some people are easily scared.
 

andiwm2003

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Mar 29, 2004
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is that the space where your 30" screen and powermac are supposed to be? does that mean they are sent in for repair again?:eek: