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    I'm irked that M1 seems hell bent on developing some personality quirk that makes it difficult for us to get through a day without a squabble. The latest, after playing dumb all this week, is a fear of the dark (or rather, our dimly lit kitchen) when asked to feed the pets.
    FKA Hordemama
    Stay-at-home-librarian parenting a horde of two sons: Marauder 1 (M1) born in 2007, and Marauder 2 (M2) born in 2012.

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    Dear Hordemama,
    Wait til the hypochondria sets in. We went through a "phase" when DS was 7-8.5 when there were fights and excuses about everything. Then at the beginning of this last summer he went back to being the golden child he had been before. Maybe it was because of his little brother.... maybe thats an excuse to try explaining why darling son turned into a monster for a while.
    So heres to hoping yours gets through the phase faster than mine did.
    Homeschooling DS11, DS5.

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    I am annoyed every *single* day about having to ask "Did anyone feed the dog?" "Has the dog been fed yet?" "Whose job is it to feed the dog?"

    I flipped out about 6 months ago and announced that I NEVER wanted to have to ask again, that feeding the dog is NOT my responsibility, and they need to figure it out. DH and the kids figured out a system of who would do it when, and mark it off on a little chart on the whiteboard. It doesn't work, though, because if the dog needs something, he ALWAYS comes to ME with his needy eyes and then I have to run around asking everyone "does the dog need food? Did anyone feed the dog today?" before I feed him, in case he HAS been fed and is just hoping for seconds.

    UGH!!!!

    I should probably just take over feeding the dog as my personal responsibility and off-load some other job onto the kids.

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    It is annoying to me that my husband snores all night, every night. It's like sleeping with a motor boat next to me. No wonder I never feel rested!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoppinFresh View Post
    It is annoying to me that my husband snores all night, every night. It's like sleeping with a motor boat next to me. No wonder I never feel rested!
    It's annoying to me that I'm up all night, almost every night with hot flashes. Man, those suck!
    Carol

    Homeschooled two kids for 11 years

    Daughter (21), a University of Iowa junior triple majoring in English with Creative Writing, Journalism, and Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies

    Son (19), a Purdue University sophomore majoring in Computer Science, minoring in math, geology, and history

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    Bloody pollens. I feel like I have the flu.

    I've never had hay fever or anything like that. Kentucky, you're annoying as hell.
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    Stress headaches.
    Kara

    Mom to one, 18 year old son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inmom View Post
    It's annoying to me that I'm up all night, almost every night with hot flashes. Man, those suck!

    I'm annoyed that the herbal supplements I have taken for several years that really helps eliminate hot flashes, and other hormonal symptoms, are no longer available. I have one bottle left. My husband is concerned as well When I get irrationally angry, overly upset, etc. He reminds me it is time for my wild yam supplement. (and he is correct)
    Starting 8th grade (our fifth year homeschooling)
    Dumplett (girl - age 13) and Wombat (boy - age 13)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbsam View Post
    I'm annoyed that the herbal supplements I have taken for several years that really helps eliminate hot flashes, and other hormonal symptoms, are no longer available. I have one bottle left. My husband is concerned as well When I get irrationally angry, overly upset, etc. He reminds me it is time for my wild yam supplement. (and he is correct)
    Soymilk helps. Lots of soymilk. Like a quart a day and it has to be homemade because how else could anybody afford THAT much soymilk?

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    Tenant for tenet. Drives me mad.

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