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Thank-you for posting this. For the longest time (er, exactly 18 months and 4 days)I've been suffering from exactly the same love/hate relationship with our cats and thought maybe it was just me being heartless. They were the apple of our eye before our daughter came along....but very soon after things changed. They became the apple of our daughter's eye (boy, does she LOVE those cats or what?) but very quickly became the bane of existence, well, mine, mostly. Hubby didn't really understand it at first - but there's nothing worse than finally getting your kid down for a hard fought after nap, only to have those darn furballs all of a sudden decide that their nap time is over and it's time to PLAAAAAAAAAY! Rather than just trying to relax during nap time, I'm stuck trying to keep the cats away from the bedroom so my daughter sleeps. And the mornings, when my daughter briefly wakes up at 6 o'clock in the morning for milkies. After nursing, she normally rolls over, snuggles with her father and goes back to sleep until around 8am. Unless the cats decide 6 o'clock in the morning is the perfect time to be fed (rather than waiting an hour or two) and sit scratching and meowing at our bedroom door. Daughter bolts upright in bed screaming and pointing at the door in glee - "KITTTTEEEEEEHS!!!!!!!!!!" and there's no way in hell she's going back to sleep, husband stealthy pulls pillow over his head and plays dead and I'm nearly always the one who has to drag my sorry, dead tired butt out of bed and hang out with my daughter, drinking a gazillion cups of coffee to wake me up. With that said though - we do love our cats and our daughter probably loves them more (I'm convinced she was crawling at 5.5 months and walking/running at 8.5 months to chase after them for cuddles - seriously) and they live a good life....just with a bit more yelling and scruffing around nap times.
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Aug 4, 2011