Post # 1
So this week has been a very long week and what I am about to share will make myself sound crazy. Two nights ago I put my baby in her crib for the night and before I went to bed I went back in to chack on her. Laying next to her was a toy bear, It was not there when I put her to bed and nobaody in my house claims to have put it there, I interegated both my Fiance and older daughter. The toy was in a chair across the room the last time anybody saw and my daughter cannot get out of my crib.
So weird right? Well last night I went into my older daughters room to tuck her in and her window shade was wide open. We live ona culd-a-sac with a sexual predator right across from us so the shade is ALWAYS closed. I asked and once again, nobody fesses up.
Ok, now I am just really crazy right? Well tonight a magnet is gone off our fridge. Why would I notice? It was our save the date magnet that I just got this week and went to measure it -GONE!
I honestly can’t sleep and was really scared being home alone. It sounds so crazy, but weird things just keep happening.
Post # 3
Oh lady, I am so sorry this is all happening, I will send good thoughts your way!
Post # 4
I understand your concern…I would totally not be able to sleep either 🙁 I’m sorry this is happening. I would recommend getting your locks changed in the morning, it might help ease your mind a little bit.
Post # 5
Eek, double check your locks! I’m guessing you all are just tired and not thinking about moving/misplacing things, but still creepy… have your Fiance make sure no one’s in the house and just keep everything locked up tight.
Post # 6
I would definitely check and change the locks as well. That is very strange. I think with tehnew baby you are probably just tired and with the wedding coming up… but i definitely think changed locks and perhaps an alarm system could add some comfort.
Post # 7
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I’m sorry! I totally understand how you feel – I’d be freaking out too! Definitely double check locks before you go to bed!!!
Post # 8
This is definitely scary! Its probably just the planning and forgetfulness on everybodys part. I would definitely do a double check on the doors when you leave and at night before bed just to give yourself a piece of mind.
Post # 9
When it was just me and a roommate here, we had some issues and we had the police come over and do a walk-through and provided suggestions on how to make our house safer. It gave us great peace of mind!
Post # 10
double check your locks tonight — put chairs under the door knobs too. Then in the morning get all locks changed and reprogram the garage (if applicable) I am so sorry this is happening! I am sending you good vibes!
Post # 11
I think your mind is playing tricks on you. I would be pretty freaked, too, but I would want someone to come along and tell me my mind was playing tricks on me. You’re planning a wedding. You’ve got two kids, one of them in a crib. You’ve got a lot going on!
Does your fiance live with you? Can he stay with you so that you can have some peace of mind? If you really needed some reassurance, you can always call your local police and ask them to do a drive by periodically. Personally, that would make me feel better.
But I really think it’s just your mind. Not that you’re crazy. But that you’re human.
Post # 12
This is very scary! I’m so sorry for you. Do you have an alarm in the house?
This sounds crazy, but maybe it’s a ghost?
Post # 13
Please tell me you have an alarm system! That way you can keep it on at all times just as a precaution!
Post # 14
Creeeepy! I would be freaking out. Maybe you can leave little traps like a stick or something on your windows and you’ll know if someones been there if the thing you put there is gone?
Post # 15
If your Fiance does not live with you get a male friend, brother, father to come over at night. Do not feel stupid about calling the police if you really get scared. That is what they are there for- to make you feel safe. Who cares if it is nothing?? better safe than sorry.
Post # 16
Oh my goodness that is so scary! I would agree, change your locks, get an alarm system or even those little alarms from Home Depot that you can stick on doors (like little chimes that they have at convenience stores). Mrs DG’s suggestion of a police walk through is very smart. I think alerting them to weird happenings (especially with a sexual predator across the street) is a good idea. I’m sure you’re just tired and stressed. I have weird things happen like that in my house all the time but I realize it’s just me and my terrible memory. I move like a zombie some days. Stay safe darling!