Any Thoughts/Comments Guys?

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  1. Annie
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    I do find the weirdest blogs:

    http://husbandonstrike.com/


     
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    Good for him..he is no longer a hostage to dahlilah...verticle smile and all!
     
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    weird? No. It's about time someone stands up though.
    By that I mean, I don't think this is an uncommon problem. Just one not spoken of.

    If things don't change, the guy is right...His marriage will suffer.
     
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    the newborn thing isn't uncommon, but a 2yo with a pacifier??
     
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    It's more common than you think. I don't like my 4 month old having one around, for fear that he'll get addicted, or get an overbite.
     
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    i let nathan have his up until about 1yr-18months. Even then, he only used it at night. Now he doesn't have one at all. We never really took them away, we just seemed to have misplaced or lost them all, and Nathan doesn't seem to miss it.
     
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    When kids stop bottle feeding/breast-feeding, the get no pacifier.


    re: the story:

    The mother is damaging not ONLY her marriage, but her kids.


    :(

    The guy is absolutely correct. Kids should keep the 'Aich-ee-Double-El' out of the parents' bed/bedroom.
     
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    Indeed. We are just now getting to the point where our bed is truly our bed again.
     
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    The marriage bed is a sanctuary. No kids allowed. Or TV. :D
     
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    except TV is okay because it makes it easier to watch naughty movies w/ one's spouse.

    :p:
     

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