Post # 1
mine does. only when he sleeps on his back though, and I usually slap the bed and hiss,
” (HIS NAME), ROLL OVER!”
to which he replies as if in a drunken stupor, “Meh…. blehh.. what’s wrong?”
oh, you know. you know very well what’s wrong. this princess pea of yours is not so proper when she is tired.
all the sleep I have missed out on. all the precious sleep. but hey! it’s more time I get to spend looking at his handsome face as one of those creeps that watches people sleep. haha
share your stories (:
Post # 3
Neither one of us snores. I guess we are both lucky!
Post # 4
mine is somewhere between all the time and just when he’s sick or in a certain position. it can be sooooo annoying! i know i snore occasionally too though, so i try to be tolerant
Post # 5
My SO snores when he’s sick, super tired or drunk. Most of the time it’s kinda cute “light” snoring. I’ve only had to wake him up a couple times in our entire relationship to tell him to roll the hell over lol.
Post # 6
Darling Husband snores pretty regularly. I’m used to it so it only bothers me on occasion.
Post # 7
I definitely snore! And everyone knows it lol, I’m lucky my SO finds it cute but I do make sure I get him to sleep before I do cause I know its tough for him if I get to sleep first. I also drool on him a lot…… I’m a lucky girl
Post # 8
My Fiance snores but we found a great solution with Breathe Right nose strips. He wears them every night and that has drastically reduced his snoring! He can even sometimes go to bed without wearing them at all. 🙂
Post # 9
Niether of us snore unless we’re absolutely exhausted or have something like a head cold. It’s a good thing because we’re both ridiculously light sleepers.
Post # 10
@princess-pea: Only when he’s sick, or when he’s spooning me and his head is at an awkward angle on my pillow instead of his. Which begs the question of why does his head need to be on my pillow? Honestly.
Really, though, his snoring is nearly nonexistent. The bigger problem for me is his restless leg syndrome. He has ADHD and takes Vyvanse for it and at the end of the night, it results in really bad RLS for him. I cannot go to bed at the same time because I will get kicked / the bed will jerk every 15 – 25 seconds until he falls deeply asleep. Two hours is usually a pretty good buffer. I can also manage if I have fallen deeply asleep before he goes to bed. If I’ve only just started to doze, it’ll wake me up. The thing is, he gets really clingy if I go to bed before him and wants to be with me (very sweet, but disruptive) and tends to last half an hour tops before he comes to bed. When that happens, I stay with him until he dozes off and then I have to get up again for a few hours.
The only time I have ever asked him not to sleep in the bed with me was when I had an ER-level migraine (but I don’t go now because of our insurance copay) and went to bed and then he came to bed about half an hour later and proceded to jerk me awake for the next hour. I felt horrible, but I’ve had to be the one to leave the bed so many times, and I just didn’t want to that night. :-/
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2013 - Country Club
I apparently do. Haha. Fiance got a video of me snoring on the couch the other day. EMBARASSING.
Post # 12
Only sometimes. Thankfully, we have a guest room I can retreat to that has a very cozy bed!
Post # 13
Yes, in certain positions or if he has allergies (ahem always) but he SNORES, seriously it rattles my chest like when you’re at a club and the music does it, yeah but its HIM! But I snore too (he says not so bad, but my friends recorded me once, it’s bad for a girl, but I want to believe its cute snore not like him lol) but also in certain positions or allergies (ahem always) so the few times we’ve slept together the entire night it became a competition of who fell asleep first because the other one was seriously screwed!!! (and that was usually me because he has the super power of falling being able to fall asleep anywhere, at any time and in about two minutes flat fml)
Post # 14
Ugh,he’s a snorer…I have to kick him and make him roll over. He feels bad about it and usually tries to get me to fall asleep first.
Post # 15
Darling Husband rarely snores, and when he does, it’s not usually loud enough to bother me. I used to snore only when I was super tired or really congested/sick. But lately I’ve been snoring a lot more, to the point Darling Husband has to wear earplugs. *blush* I am heavier now than I’ve ever been, and I think that’s a contributing factor if not the main cause. I am hoping losing weight will help, but if it doesn’t, I get to make an appointment for a sleep study.
Post # 16
@FutureMrsJohnson_: bahaha, seriously “roll the hell over” takes the words directly out of my mouth!
@Koala Bear: that’s so funny you drool on him! he must really adore you!
@lovelylight99: I have actually started seriousy considering these… otherwise he will be marrying a zombie bride bahaha
@ellisrobertson: we have 6 pillows on our bed (3 for each) and somehow, every night, I end up with one. Your SO sounds a lot like mine (cuddly and disrutptive)’ I can relate. Sorry about your bad migranes! (insurance is a blessing and a curse…)
@missmorganista: I laughed so loud at this my cat was like, “what the eff is wrong with this lady?” hahaha!
I was just reminded of growing up and my step mom and dad both snored loudy, but my step mom would snore my dad out of the room. this happened quite often! funny to me, not so much to them!
keep sharing, I’m loving these!