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Re: [IP] Re: Night time checks

Didn't mean to open a can of worms here....  I am trying to do what is best
for my child (she will be 4 next Monday) and my husband.  And yes we do get
conjugal (sp?) visits!!  LOL  And yes YMMV.  Where I sleep doesn't really
effect our other children.  So rest assured, I will not jeopardize my
marriage or my child's life.  My husband understands that Rachel is my job,
that's why I quit work when she was diagnosed and he understands that my job
is 24/7 and can not be left undone.  He also knows that I need some nights
of real sleep and on those nights, HE sleeps in her extra bed in her room
and I sleep downstairs in our bed.  ;-)


----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>

> In a message dated 7/1/01 12:30:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
> > > GUILTY!!!  I am still sleeping in R's room!  Since 3-30, my
> > > husband wonders if I am ever moving back to our room.  Usually I
> > > check her at 12 and 3.
> >
> > I'm going to play *busybody* here: Even though your dtr. needs you, what
> > about
> > 10-15 years from now? Your husband needs you too - you promised *richer
> > poorer, for better or worse, in sickness and health, 'til death (not a
> > kid) do us part.
> OK, now I HAVE to step in here.... I'm sorry BUT if I remember correctly,
> Rachel is still little. In 10-15 years, Rachel will be a big girl and NOT
> need Missi the way she does now.  Missi has NOT abandoned her husband,
> helping her daughter out.  Give her a break,
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