Why YSK: Dog beds are hard to clean, and most are not liquid proof, to clean them requires taking off the cover, tossing it in the wash and then struggling to get the cover back on.
Crib mattresses come in different sizes, are liquid proof and the covers, AKA sheets, go off and on very easily. They come in full size for larger dogs and portable crib size for smaller dogs, although this size is really big enough for a large dog as well. All different prices and quality.
Easy to clean and wash, crib mattresses do make good dog beds.
I've tried to post this so many times but it keeps getting kicked back by a bot, hope this time works. Flair, check, "why YSK" check, YSK in title, check. Lets try this again.....
"Negative, split jaw. I'll see you on the battlefield." "Oh human don't hate me 'cause I'm beautiful, demon. Maybe if you got rid of that old yee-yee-ass Gen 2 Mjolnir you got you'd get some bitches on yo dick. Or better yet maybe Cortana'd call yo dog-ass if she ever stop fuckin' with that Promethean or Gravemind she fuckin' with. "Demoooon." "What?"
A lot of parent friends are telling me to spend less on the crib, and invest in a better mattress if possible. Was curious to know if anyone has had experiences with the Sniglar - I understand it can be a bit rough, so would likely sand it down a bit just in case. I love the simplicity of natural wood and find it can be tough to find that in cribs at reasonable price points. Thanks in advance!
ETA: thank you, everyone, so much for the reassurance! I feel a lot better knowing other folks have had such positive experiences. Looks like this will be an easy decision to make (finally!).
I was playing [[Morophon, the Boundless]] as my commander in EDH. I had [[Haakon, Stromgald Scourge]] and [[Unesh, Criosphinx Sovereign]] in play. This let me play [[Crib Swap]] for free from the yard repeatedly. There was no yard exile on the board so I won with flying creatures. That was very fun and I had kind of an AHA! moment, as I had these cards out for while.
This one gets to me. Cece, after what one can only assume was another marathon nap session, wakes up and is literally banging on the walls for someone to get her out of the crib. Instead of helping her, SW videos her as she tries to crawl over her crib railing unassisted. SW does not lift a finger to physically stop her. Still being denied freedom from her crib, she calls out for Bella. Proceeds to jump up and down and attempts to climb out a second time. Again, SW does not intervene. Just keeps telling her no. Meanwhile, Bella cries for her mom multiple times from the next room - likely also waking from a nap (?) and SW tells her each time she’s coming but never does.
So she’s ignoring one child from a distance while recording and taunting her other child as she remains trapped in her crib. Why doesn’t she reach in and grab Cece? Why was this moment worth recording?
We’re coming off of night 5 of sleep training with TCB and at night when I put my son down in the crib, he cries and flails in a panic as I put him down. He seems so scared that I’m leaving him alone again. I’m worried this is making him scared of nights and of his crib. I feel like I’m giving him his first bout of anxiety and it feels so, so cruel. His temperament is easy-going and happy and it feels like I’m seeing that less and less during the day. I feel like I’m traumatizing him for no reason.
Not to mention that his sleep in the middle of the night hasn’t improved at all. He’s just been waking up for 1.5 hours each night crying as opposed to sleeping in our arms so he’s exhausted during the day. When does it get better and how do I know I’m not totally fucking him up and making him scared of sleep and his crib? I don’t want him to become anxious and unhappy.
Obviously, I'll take Rory and Mal's side over Ak in this stupid beef but Rory was dumb as hell sending a Hallmark card to Akademiks crib. He's not an intimidating person and really seems like he wanted to recreate a moment he saw in the movies. Personally, Mal handled Ak the best, let him be a clown and ignore everything he said.
Penn: "Man fuck you, I'll see you in RD"
Me: "Ah Penn don't hate me 'cause I'm beautiful Penn, maybe if you got rid of that old yee yee ass culture, you'd get some applicants in your portal. Better yet, maybe Harvard will call your dog-ass if she ever stop fuckin' with that brain surgeon or lawyer she fuckin' with. PENN"
I just find it odd. Does he only ever sleep in the swing? I may be alone on this lol I just find it odd especially because rule of thumb is to not let baby in a swing unsupervised.
My wifes look of horror mirrored mine, as we realized she hadn't had a diaper change all year.
My son had his 4 month visit today, his second visit with this doctor (we moved states and switched from his first pediatrician.) I told her at his second month appointment that we bedshare following the safe sleep 7 and she was like "ok I have to tell you the risks" seemed like a formality so I wasn't bothered. At his visit today she asked if we're still co-sleeping and I said yes. She went over the risks again and said I should transition him to a crib, handed me a flyer saying not to feed him to sleep, rock him, and to let him cry to get to sleep. What the heck??? My first pediatrician didn't even bat an eye when I told her we started bedsharing after starting in the bassinet. Is it worth switching, is this the norm among pediatricians? Or should I just nod and smile and keep doing what I'm doing?